|Forum topic by derrick3636||posted 11-11-2015 12:44 PM||630 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
11-11-2015 12:44 PM
I’ve been reading on this site for a while now, but I’ve never posted anything. After reading a couple threads on table saws, and ended up getting getting a used Craftsman 113.xxx off of CL for what I thought was a good price.
I’ve read about what I need to rebuild it, and that is currently in the works.
My goal is to also utilize a router extension. Since I’m just kind of learning as I go, I’m nowhere near the point where I could figure out something like that on my own. I found this design: http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/make-router-table-extension-table-saw/ It looks basic enough to where I could handle it. I’m wondering if there is anything “wrong” or that anyone dislikes about it? I plan on incorporating Stumpy Nubs’ lift as well, but I wasn’t sure if that would be too much weight hanging off the end.
I’m very much a beginner at all of this. My main projects have been stuff like planter boxes, benches, and a couple odds&ends for my kids. I’m just trying to get better use out of some of the tools I have laying around the garage.
Any help would be awesome.
Thank you for your time.