|Forum topic by Fish22||posted 04-17-2014 10:21 PM||1448 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
04-17-2014 10:21 PM
I just bought a new table saw and in order to save shop space, I want to replace one of the wings of my saw with a router table. I know there are many alternatives to purchase, but I would rather repurpose. I have a Rockler table that measures 32×24. I am planning on cutting down to the width of my table which is cast iron. When it comes to attaching to the saw is where I am looking for guidance. Below are my 3 options.
1) install t nuts in the MDF portion of the table and use bolts through the table saw.
From the above what is the best method, or is there another option that would be better. I am not looking for a stand alone cabinet.
I realize I may need to add legs at the end for additional support.
-- Bryan, South River, NJ