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#1 posted 10-15-2017 03:11 PM

That is an issue it is FAR from anything flat! back then they didn’t bother with REBAR! I have noticed every OLD garage always has a set of 4 -5 cracks that all come together in the of near the center and radiate out mostly to the corners.

I would design a way to easily and solidly attach the table to the saw when you re using it for out feed. That way, getting a flat combined table-surface is guaranteed, at least where the table is connected to the saw. The flatness of your floor will dictate how creative you need to be in adjusting the level of the other side of the table

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