|Forum topic by Rentvent||posted 07-16-2016 02:52 AM||553 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
07-16-2016 02:52 AM
I’m working in a 2-car garage and trying to keep one side available for a car and the other side for working woodshop. With the limited space, everything is on wheels. I normally park the car outside, but want to be able to bring the car into the garage with only 5-10 minutes reconfiguration. I probably wouldn’t be doing woodwork with the car in the garage, but I want to keep one bay mostly open anyways.
I’ve had this table in my garage and I usually keep in in the same place. It has small wheels on all four sides and I use the trailer jack to lift it when I need to move it or put it back. I made some blocks to put under two of legs to make the top level.
Once I slide the homemade blocks in place, I can stow the jack and the table is reasonably level:
This table serves as an outfeed for the table saw. My previous tablesaw was contractor saw on a stand that I shimmed the legs so that it was level with the outfeed table.
I could take this configuration apart and put it back together really quickly.
I just bought a new cabinet saw and don’t have the wooden platform anymore. The new saw is a cabinet saw with SS with PCS wheels. It will be used almost 100% in a stationary position, but I want the ability to move it if necessary. I don’t mind painting markers on the floor to show where the table and saw should be placed.
What is the best method to make the table saw level like the outfeed table? Can I make some sort of throne out of plywood that I could roll the table saw onto? Can I just shim the base of the cabinet saw?