|Project by cbfodalo||posted 03-17-2014 11:57 PM||4750 views||6 times favorited||10 comments|
I bought this Porter Cable 10” jobsite saw about a year ago. we used it almost daily for a while on the stock rolling stand. we added a plywood router insert into space created when expanding rip. got tired of the flimsy rolling stand, and wanted more height as well as some additional table space. so I used some left over 5/4 poplar and azek to build a 38”d x 53” w sawhorse table top. I have several pairs of theses adjustable sawhorses, I forget what brand they are, but we use the hell out of them. This portable workstation requires a little more setup then the factory PC stand, but the end result is so much more stable and functional, it is worth the effort. I have an older Bosch 1613evs, 11 amp variable soft start plunge router mounted. it is pretty smooth and plenty powerful enough for my purposes. We get a 26.25” rip to right, and have about 12” of outfeed and 12” extra table on the left. the table is pretty light and sturdy.
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