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  1. Projects Baltic Birch Assembly Bench

    I finally got around to finishing my assembly bench table. My objective was to make it dead flat and stable so I started with a 60”x30”x10” apron built from 18mm Baltic Birch to make sure no chance of ever sagging. The bottom shelf frame is 18mm Baltic Birch, shelf is 12mm Baltic Birch, 3”x3” L...
  2. Out feed / assembly table

    I have needed a out feed for my table saw for some time now. I also needed a assembly table but I am limited to the amount of space that I have in my shop. I also move around a lot so I had to build it to be able to be taken apart for ease of move. I spent some time looking for a bench that...
  3. Assembly Table

    While building chairs, quickly found getting up and down out the floor was rough on the old body. So enter an assembly table. so far so good, the knees are already thankful! My only oversight was the placement of the T track. Discovered the mounting holes were not "on center" of the Eureka...
  4. New outfeed/assembly table

    Decided last summer that I needed a mobile assembly table that could also function as an out-feed table and hold the planer. Used a torsion box design and recycled some framing lumber; added levelers so that height could be adjusted to match table saw and variances in shop floor.
  5. Down and Dirty Assembly Table

    Ok, so I should finally get around to posting some projects. This is the first thing I built after getting my shop mostly set up, about two years ago. It's an assembly table. The base is 34"x54", the top is 40"x60", and its 26" tall. The legs are red oak, with a long stretcher mortised into...
  6. Assembly Table

    Maybe not a dead flat surface but pretty close. It was time to replace the original table which was built over time with various parts being added as needed. I had a large piece of laminate left over from another project, on 1 1/4" MDF. The old table had a groove down the middle which I used...
  7. Utility/ assembly/ outfeed table- future library table

    My latest project: Heavy duty assembly/ utility table/ outfeed table for my table saw. Frame is made from 4 1/2" x 2" distressed- wormy maple pegged together with walnut pegs. Top is 48" x 34" of 2 sheets of 3/4" MDF with a band of 3/4" maple. Finish is 1/2 pound cut of dewaxed garnet shelac...
  8. Corner Bench

    Kitchen is ash with pickled white finish so I made the bench to match. Covers an area from the end of countertop around to entryway. Storage under seat so no wasted space. Had to move electrical outlet from wall to face of bench. Bookcase end for cookbooks and knickknacks.
  9. Assembly Table / Outfeed Table / Shop Storage

    Finally getting to some projects and in whole, getting the shop set up. We moved a couple years ago this past January into this house and hadn't had a chance to get shop in place (wedding, summer projects, list goes on). I did build the wall in the garage a while back and had that part taken...
  10. Workbench with retractable wheels

    35 hours later and now I have me a nice and well needed work bench. I saw this design on the North Carolina Woodworking forum page (my Thanks to Ken for posting his design). There were no plans that I could see but I thought I could work this out with the three photos that were posted by Ken...
  11. Assembly Table

    I'm in the process of making several rustic wooden American flags and realized during the making of the first flag that the small assembly table I was using was way too small and I needed a bigger table. My weekend project was the new table. It's built from sanded plywood, a couple of 2×4s and...
  12. Almost done with my assembly table

    I still have to add the center T tracks and intersection on the top an trim out around the peg boards and storage bins. Then trim a hole for the motor to go inside the table for the saw to sit against it. Electric ran inside to compressor and vacuum outlets controlled by switches on the outside...
  13. First of (Hopefully) Many Disasterous Letdowns

    This project was a first for me in more ways than I can think of. Virtually every aspect of the project was something I have never done before. Needless to say, with no mentor other than the internet, it was definitely a challenge! The bulk of the cabinet is 3/4" plywood. The base is glued...
  14. Assembly/Downdraft table

    Eight years ago I took a small log cabin down, cut the logs up in to 4' links, and burned them in an outside boiler. I could tell this cabin was at least 100 yeas old and had some dry rot… so firewood was a good use of the logs. But the floor joists looked to be in good shape. They where...
  15. Assembly/Reference Table

    Finished this a while back but didn't think to post it. The table came out very flat, I was pleasantly surprised. Used metal full extension drawer slides for the drawers. I used two sheets of Maple plywood for the door and drawer fronts. I like having the clamps hanging off the end of the table...
  16. Assembly Table Accessories

    So here's the finished assembly table with some accessories. I used the shelf from the old table to mount the compressor and routed a square for the Kreg insert plate. I had a Zeiss benchclamp which fits nicely on the table and is very handy. I also screwed some scraps to the bottom of 2×3s...
  17. Out Feed Table with Clamp Storage

    For quite a while I've wondered if storing my clamps under my workbench would be more efficient - both from a space and availability perspective. Needing an outfeed table for my table saw gave me an opportunity to find out. It is a big success. I took a lot of inspiration from Steve Johnson at...
  18. 2x4 Bench Number Two

    I was needing a second bench / assembly table so i threw this together. It's all pocket screw joinery done with my Porter Cable Quick Jig. Pipe clamp Moxon style vise on the end. Jay Bates style. The T tracks are from Rockler. Picked up the Kreg clamps from there as well. I also got some stops...
  19. MFSC shop cart

    Designed this cart for my workshop, I had the idea 3 years ago because I needed a cart to roll around parts from machine to machine, occasionally an additional work bench, height adjustable assembly table, panel cart or drying racks when doing finishes. So I thought of a way to combine these...
  20. Assembly Table / Hydraulic Lift

    This is My assembly table I put together a while back, it is a torsion box design that I mated with a hydraulic lift cart purchased at Northern Tool Co. I don't have a large area for assembling projects, so I wanted a table that could be maneuvered into different positions to make better use...
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