|Forum topic by Bob #2||posted 10-30-2010 06:16 PM||5009 views||4 times favorited||11 replies|
10-30-2010 06:16 PM
The table is just a hinged piece of MDF attached to a 1” rod that is bolted to the table on my saw.
Here’s a shot of the outfeed removed . This gives me ample room to work on my bench when I’m not using the table saw.
In this shot your can see the casters on the bottom that allow me to slide the table back and forth with one hand.
When I set up my shop I made sure that may table saw was at the same height as my work bench and I modified my little 6” jointer to be the same height as well.These simple adjustments saved me tons of floor space and allowed me room to cut up a 10 foot strip on my table saw without running into any obstacles.
There is an 8 foot piece of MDF on the saw to show that the surfaces all line up with each other.
Also note that I have 2 cupboards under the runoff on the saw that holds my push sticks and extra blades etc.
This shot just shows the two bolts used to lock the table to the table on the bar when I am cutting stock. They have no fasteners and just sit in the slots by friction so they are easily removed.
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