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turkva

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#1 posted 1964 days ago

The top of my out feed table is two pieces of 3/4 MDF with a piece of 1/4 inch hardboard on top, no worries about losing strength there.

SeriousTurtle, I do have two grooves routed into the top to extend the miter tracks, the cutout lies between the grooves, and on one, it actually took the edge of the groove off. Not a big deal, the grooves were over sized just in case I moved the saw to one side or the other by accident. That way it is really easy to line back up. My out feed table is not directly connected to the saw, it is actually a large bench I built that is just the right height.

I hope this helps.

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