|Forum topic by ynathans||posted 11-18-2013 08:42 PM||1046 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
11-18-2013 08:42 PM
Hi there Lumberjocks,
I am a beginner woodworker and have had a little bit of success with some small projects and am now planning to take on a new project: a mitre saw station (gulp).
The station will be about 30 inches wide, and about the same deep (need to still take final measurements). It will have several drawers. The tools i have available are tablesaw, router table, mitre saw, hand drill, band saw, planer and benchtop joiner.
I was hoping, since this will be my first project of this magnitude, that I could lay out my rough plans for the project and solicit both feedback and general ‘look out fors’.
Here are some details about the project.
*The mitresaw is going to be positioned next to a platform/kreg fence system and therefore has to be precisely the right level. I was thinking about meeting that challenge by getting a set of threaded casters like these: http://www.rockler.com/bench-dog-locking-casters#product-tabs
Lots of questions here, really appreciate any insight you might offer as I go here.