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  1. Phenolic Router lift extension on the cheap ($165 total)

    New router lift table saw extension done on the cheap $165 total I got my bonus in January so I knew I was getting a tool for my self, money is too tight to buy anything real big But I saw the Jessem Rout-R lift II and decided that 120+ shipping was too good to pass up. I ordered it without...
  2. Table Saw Router Extension

    Since I have a small shop, I had to optimize my space and take advantage of the Biesemeyer fence's accuracy and make it do double duty. My girlfriend's dad helped me route out the plate recess in his big shop. It was quite the bonding experience. We made a template so that I can make...
  3. Quartersawn White Oak Extension Table

    This is a quartersawn white oak extension table. When closed, it measures 6' 4 1/4". When open, it measures 19' 4 1/4". I have thirteen one foot leaves. The center support is actually two, but when closed, appears to be one, so it actually has four sets of legs. The finish is yellow dye...
  4. Bookcase and Wall Treatments

    I did this basement a couple of years ago. The walls are drywall with solid wood panels. The stairs are red oak and the shelving follows the stairs for a unique design.
  5. Custom Sewing table

    This sewing table was commissioned by a lady that knew exactly waht she wanted in a sewing table but was unable to locate it through retails sources. She wanted a table that was small enough to fit in the space she had but large enough to utilize that space well with a flip up extension that...
  6. Table Saw outfeed and router tables

    Ok, this one actually took a couple hours to make! I got the idea from a current issue of "Table Saw fixtures and Jigs", on newstands now. I've been looking for an idea for a table saw extension that doesn't take up a lot of room. This does the trick! This idea gives an extra 2' x 4' of...
  7. Kreg Pocket Hole Jig/ Storage

    This is one of those 1 hour projects made with scrap materials! I decided to make a base to mount my Kreg Pocket Hole Jig that would help support wider boards while i am drilling. Plus i wanted to be able to hang it on the wall out of the way. So here is the result of my "Design on the Fly"...
  8. Folding; Sliding; Table Saw Extension Wing

    This Extension Wing was made out of a piece of oak butcher block. The Wing has three runners also made out of the same butcher block. Two of the runner guides attached to the existing out-feed table and the third slides in the fence guide. The wing is about 9" wide. It doesn't extend the full...
  9. New table saw storage - Chest of drawers & extension table

    I just uploaded photos of my new woodshop under that heading, if you are interested. I added a new 3hp table saw with a 50" fence last week and needed to recoup come of the storage I lost when I sold my old table saw & cabinet. I put together a chest of drawers under the right side table...
  10. Router table for my table saw.

    Ive never had the need for a router table until today, I've always routed by hand. I took a couple hours and some scraps I had laying around, not wanting to spend any money on it. Initially I wanted to throw something together for a single project I had. It turned out a little better than I...
  11. Mission Dining Table , Willie Sandry Designs

    Here is my mission style extension dining table. It expands with two 12" leaves to seat 10 people. The leaves feature hinged aprons, and store inside the table. The aprons fold on continuous hinges that lock at 90 degrees, and are held in place with rare earth magnets. The fixed portion of...
  12. Walnut extension (kitchen) table

    After 2 years of my wife's patient waiting, I finally finished my first ever, "extension" table for our kitchen! (It wasn't that the table itself took that long to make, it just needed to move up in priority!) The table is made of solid walnut with a single leaf that allows it to extend from 55"...
  13. Workbench

    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.
  14. Ridgid R4510 Table Saw Extension

    This extension table for my Ridgid R4510 portable table saw is not my design. I stumbled across it on Pinterest and built it from the plans at Stonehavenlife.com. I was attracted to it for several reasons: It extends the depth of the saw's table by 12", eliminating the need for a separate...
  15. Pedestal Dining Room Table

    The top of this table is made with Black Acacia I started with a thick piece that was about 6 inches wide and resaved 1/8 inch veneers that were book ended. I then glued that veneer to a 3/4 inch thick birch play top that was then cut into separate sections for the two main parts and the two...
  16. Wine Boxes

    Needed a way to make boxed wine look good for my grand daughters wedding. So I mad these camouflaged boxes. The back slides up to insert the wine
  17. R4511 Extension Part 2

    This is part 2 of my R4511 TS extension. I still have to drill the holes in the front and back angles to mount it and round over the edges but heres my storage concept solution! One problem i tried to solve is when i am using my TS i always have pencils, tape measure, wrenches, etc sitting on...
  18. Pride & Joy - Table Saw Outfeed/Workbench

    Ok, so this has turned out to be a bit of a hodge podge project. I hope I don't lose anyone trying to lay this one out. The beginning: I built the table saw workbench/extension a year or two ago. It was great, but it was just too wide in my narrow shop. After much soul searching I caved in and...
  19. Quick & Cheap Router Table

    Necessity, being the mother of all invention, and Christmas approaching fast, I had to get creative for a router table extension for my table saw. A few days and $20 later, I have a quick and cheap router table. Eventually I plan to build Mathias Wandel's tilting router lift and a nice split...
  20. Router Table/Cabinet/Table Saw Extension

    [Follow the build here] This project is one of those things I've wanted to do for a while. My table saw is small, and you can only rip something about 11 inches wide. It always seemes to me that I need to rip something 12 inches wide. Since my router table is one of those store bought bench top...
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