|Project by sdc||posted 07-25-2013 07:46 AM||2626 views||0 times favorited||2 comments|
I really needed a way to move my table saw around so I could move it out of the way when not needed. Had a look around here what others came up with that was easy to build yet strong enough. Finally found one that was quick and easy to build at http://lumberjocks.com/projects/42555.
I must admit it doesn’t nearly good as well done as the one Lockwatchers made, but I don’t have a planer and made it out of the wood I had available, so it’s built up with different sizes. Put 4 locking casters on it and when the locks are on, it does not move. Built using glue and screws.
Very pleased with the functionality it provides and now on to the next project: a flat workbench with lots of storage for tools.
Oh and in case anyone wonders what that piece of wood is attached to the table saw: hangs above the power switch so I cannot unintentionally turn the table saw on + I can turn it off by hitting the board with my knee/leg/hand/...
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