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Posted on Please help me with my 14X18 shop

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Cosmicsniper

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#1 posted 1217 days ago

Even with a real workbench, the TS still gets used as an assembly table in such shops – my problem is glue and finish droppings. In those cases, you can either roll with it and devise a way to cover the TS…maybe an extension table with something that “folds back” to protect the TS top. Or, you can build a knock-down bench to use outside. I actually built two sturdy sawhorses that I use for various assembly projects…just set them right outside the garage door and get to work.

There’s just something about the size of our table saws…and their central locations…that makes them eminently functional as an assembly table. You have to replicate that some how if you hope to get away from it.

-- jay, www.allaboutastro.com


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