Well here is the drawing for the cabinet base for my RAS.
The design for this has been challenging as not only do I have to level the table to the Saw and its carriage but I also want to level the RAS Table to my Miter Bench. After digging around I found some leveling feet that will screw to the side of the cabinet and then be adjustable though access holes drilled into the shelf. This will allow me to level the Saw to its’ table then I will level the cabinet/table to the Miter Bench.
It dawned on me as I am writing this that I will need to drop the torsion box supports down another inch to take in account the top/bottom that will be added to the frame of the torsion box shown in the previous blog. The other thought it that I might want to shorten the height of the cabinet sides by a 1/4” – 3/8” to give some travel room for the leveling feet.
I am still considering 1 drawer and and doors below or two drawers. I have 2 extra sets of 28” drawer slides left over from the Miter Bench Project. Just got to figure out how often I will be leveling this cabinet. Any advice from you RAS owners?
-- //FC - Round Rock, TX - "Experience is what you get just after you need it"