|Forum topic by PNWDad||posted 10-03-2016 01:29 PM||170 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
10-03-2016 01:29 PM
There are 3×24 in, 3×22.5 in, and 1×16 in drawer bases. They are flat on the bottom and top (no toe kick). I’m thinking I’d like to take a 24, 22.5, and 16 (62.5 in total base x 24 in) and make a rolling assembly table with various t-track and clamp-track inserts into a 3/4 MDF + 3/4 Melamine sandwiched top edged in something. I’d also like this table to be identical in dimension to a router table build with a 24 and 22.5 base cab with a 16 in space between them to accommodate the router beneath the table top. The backs of both tables would be flush with the counter because I’d like to be able to place them back-back periodically to serve as one large assembly table. With the left-over 22.5 and 24, I may place on a frame and build a 20 inch bridge between them for my mitre saw.
Here are a few ideas I have taken in from this forum and youtube which I think would be good to implementt:
Here are some things I need idea help with:
Thanks for the ideas and comments!