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#1 posted 11-27-2018 01:49 PM

I used a piece of left over 1/2” MDF over 1/2” plywood to get about a 4’ x 5’ table set to the height of the saw table. I cut slots for the miter to slide into. Legs where made from left over 1/2” plywood as well.

My table,

If I were to do it over again I would use 3/4” MDF on top 3/4” plywood for more stiffness. I would also cut the over hang from 4” to about 2” again for more stiffness when I clamp things to edge of the table for sanding, cutting etc.

I covered the MDF with a couple of coats pf poly so my coffee spills would not damaged the MDF.

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