Simple SawStop outfeed table.

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Forum topic by agallant posted 07-24-2011 11:48 PM 4172 views 1 time favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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07-24-2011 11:48 PM

Just thought I would share this. It is a very simple outfeed table I made for my SawStop. Photos should explain everything. To match the exact hight I put the supporting strips of plywood attached to the rear rail through my drum sander until everything was even with the tablesaw.

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#1 posted 07-25-2011 02:51 AM

That outfeed table lookss good, I see you have the contractor model, how do you like it, hows the dust collection, thx

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#2 posted 07-25-2011 03:08 AM

I like it. I would highly recommend spending the extra $200 and getting the cast iron wings instead of the stamped metal ones that come with it and are in the photo. Besides that it is a great saw. I do not regret buying it. I just made a door out of 8/4 oak and it cut it just fine. I would like to upgrade to the 3HP PCS someday but that is just more about having 3HP and a new toy rather than addressing any shortcomings of the contractor which there really are not any.

Currently I am using a reducer to fit my shop vac to the dust port on the saw. It works OK but I do really need to get a dust collector, I think that will be the next add on to the shop. I just need to get that old bandsaw out of there to make room for it.

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