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oldretiredjim

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#1 posted 06-20-2013 10:56 AM

Charlie – my entire shop is mobile. In fact I really enjoy moving the tools outdoors and working on the driveway. Really takes care of the dust problem and it forces me to plan each step so i put stuff away at the end of the day. My outfeed table hooks to the back of the TS with a couple dowels. My assembly table is on casters and is 1/32 lower than the TS and dead even with the miter saw. I don’t do a lot of big stuff however and break down sheet goods with a circular saw. It works pretty well since time is never an issue for me.


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