|Project by BGW||posted 01-26-2014 05:45 PM||1510 views||5 times favorited||5 comments|
I built this table a few months ago to make sure I had a nice, solid yet portable station for my CNC Shark. I wanted it heavy, so I used solid oak for the frame and rails. The top is made from MDF with oak trim. Recently, I built the drawer and shelf for storing all of my dedicated bits and tools that are specific to the machine.
With such an expensive piece of equipment, I didn’t want to lose any of the components (bits, probes, depth plate, dust brush, and paperwork), so the drawer is deep enough to store everything that goes with the machine. The shelf below stores both the folder that contains owners manual and passwords for my software, as well as the adjustable fences I built for when I’m running several jobs using the same dimensions.
I’m very pleased with the solid, heavy table. Much better than the table Rockler sells, and for about the same price (albeit, much more work). Thanks for looking…
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