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Posted on wood storage /distance between supports compared to stickering

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joeyinsouthaustin

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#1 posted 02-20-2013 06:06 PM

Here is a pic from my old shop. Look past the guy on the saw, and you’ll see the brackets I used. They actuall extend over the side outfeed of the saw and take advantage of that space. It was also easy to just pull rips down and go right to the saw. They only extended about 16 to 18” off the saw which is about the same width as my unisaw fence, so it never interfered. On the back wall in the same shadow was my chop saw bank. the shelves extended above that as well. I could rip, stack, walk around and pull rips down from the other end right onto the chop saw. There were actually 5 sets of these brackets made up on that wall above the saw, and three under the table along the same wall. The material in the pic is ply so is not sticked the second pic gives a perspective of how small the space was. If you could see to the left of the camera it is right in line with the line of my chop saw, and you can see storage below the table. very efficient. Sorry bout the mess, this was shortly before i moved. You can see in my profile I liked this system so much I duplicated it with pallet rack in my new shop… on a grander scale.

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