|Project by David Dean||posted 398 days ago||3849 views||34 times favorited||15 comments|
Well I finally got it done this was more work than I thought it was going to be but now I have a track system and after seeing how the micro adjustments worked on my table saw and band saw. So I made micro adjustments for two of three stop blocks .
The wings are 8” tall and 4’ long by ¾” plywood with a 5/8” wide by 3/8” deep rabbit across the top.
The fronts are made out of MDF the top piece is 1” tall by and 4’ long by ¼” the bottom piece its 2 ¾’’ tall by 4’ long by ¼” but if you look at the pic you well see a crack that runs the hole lathe of it I put a bevel on the bottom so the dust has some where to go other than building up in front of my stop block .
As for the black screws they are 8” apart and it has to be counter sink them so your block well go over them. And no glue I don’t know hal long the MDF will last I don’t think that toilet blots are to be used like this.
The deck is made out of ¾” MDF with melamine with ¾” pine trim all together it was 10 ¼” wide by 4’.
Now the hard part the micro adjustments I made them out of 3/16” pixy glass and 4 micro adjustment wheels that I had in a box I don’t throw nothing away you never now when your going to need it.
But any way the stop blocks are made out of ¾” ply wood with melamine on bath side’s it makes easier for them to slide. The handle’s are hand made .