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#1 posted 09-17-2012 05:18 PM

A long out feed table just isn’t practical for my shop, though I have two sturdy saw horses that can be used in various ways.

When I design my permanent out feed table, I will keep mine 30” deep or less because of space. But I will make it hefty with locking casters for those times when I need to roll it back slightly, for those long rip cuts that I only do on such occasions. In that event, I’ll likely build the table 1/2” to 1” shorter than my saw top.

If space weren’t a limitation, like Murdock, I would make it 4’ deep, or bigger.

-- jay,

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