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Forum topic by pomfritz posted 04-07-2016 01:46 PM 450 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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04-07-2016 01:46 PM

New to the site and 1st post. Love that I ran across this and the wealth of information. I have been doing woodworking on and off for 20 years, mostly off and am now getting my act together again and getting thing organized.

I have a Bosch 4000 TS which I really like. it’s currently on the gravity stand and I want to build a work bench, that will house the table saw and a router table. I have limited space in a two car garage that also needs to hold the cars.

I have about 6 feet of width for this bench. I’ve seen some pictures of similar projects but none have included the Bosch.

My question about this is that my saw has the sliding support/fence for cuts greater than 13”. I plan on using this fence for now but also am thinking of adding a Biesemeyer style fence. So I’d like my table to be ready to incorporate this too at a later date. So any suggestions on how you’d design a table to adopt this style of fence both current and future?

I’m thinking the design would hold the saw either on the left or center sections and the router table on the right.

I would add hanging outfield table off the rear.

I tried to search for something like this but couldn’t get any results to pop up.

Any tips of what to incorporate or build suggestions, plans would be appreciated.


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#1 posted 04-07-2016 01:57 PM

I’ve seen it done with several jobsite saws. Dunno of any reason why it wouldn’t work with the Bosch.

Here’s a Hitachi with a Biese fence, but should also work with a Delta T3 ($183 from HD), Shop Fox Classic, Jet Xacta, Saw Stop T-Glide, etc.

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