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Project by kjiwa posted 12-03-2020 04:32 AM 867 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a workbench I recently completed. It was sized to be 1/16” shorter than my table saw so that I could use it as an extension or outfeed table. Bonus: when I don’t need the saw, I the two tables can stay together for an extra-wide working surface.

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#1 posted 12-03-2020 01:05 PM

nice addition to your shop – I can see where it will be used a lot

-- Dick, Malvern Ohio - my biggest fear is that when I die, my wife sells my toys for what I told her I paid for them

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#2 posted 12-03-2020 09:35 PM

I have a small shop and that looks like a great setup there. That looks like a saw stop jobsite saw, do you like it? I still need to roll outside to do a long rip until a larger shop is in my future. I am thinking of getting rid of my POS Kobalt for a saw stop.

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#3 posted 12-04-2020 02:05 AM

Great bench idea, for height of the saw, should work nicely.

-- Eric, building the dream

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#4 posted 12-04-2020 05:06 AM

That looks like a saw stop jobsite saw, do you like it?

- controlfreak

You are correct—it is a SawStop Jobsite saw. I like it, but it’s also the first and only saw I’ve ever owned, so I’m not sure how it compares to others. It has done nearly all I’ve commanded of it, and the portability is wonderful. I also like that I can throw a dado stack into it, as that is something I do often. The table size is a bit limiting, but hence the workbench…

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