|Forum topic by Eugene Dickson||posted 06-23-2013 08:19 AM||1454 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
06-23-2013 08:19 AM
Hello all. I am building an out feed table for my UniSaw and am incorporating Kreg’s clamp trak system. At first I was going to use 5 of the rails to form an E facing the saw and am now leaning toward a C shape instead although an L is not out of the question. The table top is 66” x 36”, will be built of two layers of 3/4” MDF with an additional layer of 3/4” 7 layer ply where the trak bolts to the table. When finished, the table will be trimmed around the edges with hardwood (Maple?).
Am I overdoing/overthinking it? How would you build it? I have seen pictures of a table that used 7 pieces of the trak forming a figure 8. It looks like it would be very efficient, but it just wouldn’t work because of the miter slots coming off of the saw to the table.
Thanks in advance, Eugene
-- Eugene Dickson