|Forum topic by ragin_cajuns||posted 01-21-2016 06:39 PM||341 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-21-2016 06:39 PM
i want to build a table to work on when building things and also have it double as out feed support for my table saw. my tools are in my second garage so when i want to use the table saw i move it to the edge of the garage opening to minimize saw dust in the garage. the table would need to be moved from in the garage to a few feet outside whenever i want to use the table saw so it would get dragged for a few feet.
i thought about putting wheels on it but thought it might not be stable enough when working on it. i’m just moving it a few feet so i could drag it out without wheels.
if i go the no wheels route what is the best way to make the table so its strong enough to endure the dragging? it will be made of 2×4s and plywood top. should i just but the 2×4 legs together and screw them, pocket holes, some other way?
or is there an easy wheeled option that will still leave it stable when working on it?