|Project by RoadHogg||posted 04-13-2014 04:55 PM||2409 views||11 times favorited||10 comments|
In my shop, as in many shops, I need to maximize work space but floor space is rather scarce. As is good advice, making work tables that are the same height as the table saw will greatly improve the available space for infeed, outfeed and assembly during a project. In order to make this practise more cohesive, I devised a “cleat” system for my work tables in order that they will lock together when needed, making large work areas out of smaller work tables.
The cleat is simply strips of plywood glued and screwed together to make mating upper and lower cleats. The pictures should make things clearer than I can explain.
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