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  1. Blogs
    I have finished up one of a planned 2 workbenches. This one is made of maple 3/4" plywood (mostly) and I skinned the surface with formica. It's on casters and was built to be just under the height of my table saw. One end hold my measuring tools, the other will hold my glues, drill bits, and...
  2. This table really sucks...downdraft sucking that is!

    Wanting to build a downdraft/outfeed table for a while now since I do a lot of sanding/shaping/carving with my intarsia, I searched LJ and the internet for ideas. I was happy with a style that I found through Clint Wenthur, the link to his project blog is here...
  3. Ridgid R4512 Tablesaw Outfeed Table

    Finished this outfeed table for my Ridgid R4512 tablesaw based on ideas from other projects and designs from lumberjacks postings. I designed the support knee brace to come off the rear axle of the casters so it is always set at the right height regardless of the shop floor. No leveling of...
  4. Outfeed table

    Built this a while back, just getting around to posting. Small shop demands compact design. Though i have ideas to improve this a bit more, it has served me well since i built it 4-5 months ago. I took ideas from a collab video by April Wilkerson and Jay Bates, as they built an outfeed table...
  5. Outfeed Table for Delta Contractor's Saw

    I bought this contractor's saw in 1994 and added a router table a couple of years age. I decided to do an upgrade last week. I bought a Delta fence, power twist V-belt, and then built this outfeed table. The posts at LJ's really helped me know the pitfalls to avoid when building the table. The...
  6. Outfeed table

    This outfeed table is made out of plywood torsion box topped with hardboard and edged with maple. Threaded rod stiffeners keep the front legs solid. The table can be lifted, and the slats fall down, which props it up on wheels, and the saw can be slid underneath. The idea came idea from an...
  7. R4512 made more useful

    I got one of the lucky Ridgid R4512s. But I still suffer from having a very small work space about 12×14 in the corner of my basement. The door way is about 52 inches so to rip sheet goods I feed it that way. I wanted to make my table saw footprint more useful. So I did what most seem to...
  8. Multifunctional outfeed table.

    As part of getting my new, smaller garage shop under control, I decided to redo my outfeed table and get rid of a clamping table that also acted as an additional outfeed table. The original idea came from here: https://www.ridgidforum.com/showthread.php?t=7542 I figured I would post it here as...
  9. Stools (plywood-pine)

    All the stools are made out of cheap plywood and a piece of pine on the top
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. Outfeed Table

    I built this outfeed table in 2008 after seeing coming across a post on the Ridgid forum from which I borrowed most of the design. I recently just replaced the 14" support section because the t-nuts kept coming out, but these pics are from the original build and 5 homes ago. The table is made...
  13. Wood Shop Cart recycled, Project #2

    A year ago I built a large A frame wood cart for my garage shop. It just took up too much room, so I totally dismantled it last week and put all my lumber on the wall on brackets. I had a bunch of 3/4 baltic birch plywood from the cart, so I decided to do two projects. This is #2, a folding...
  14. Stretching the capabilities of a Dewalt Jobsite Saw

    Like a lot of people who first start woodworking, I had no idea what tools I needed. My wife wanted me to build a 36"x48" picture frame that would hold dozens of photos of our dogs. To make this happen, I knew that I needed a table saw to cut small strips to divide the photos. Well, that's what...
  15. 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...
  16. Table Saw Outfeed Table

    I really should've built one over a year ago when I got my Delta contractor's saw, but other projects took over. A piece of MDF on two sawhorses just wasn't stable enough, or at the perfect height. At least I was able to reuse it as the bottom shelf. This design is based on The Wood...
  17. Outfeed Table/ Workbench Storage Upgrade

    My shop is an ever growing process. I am always looking for improvement and learning better and better process's. Efficiency and work flow are both huge for me and my business. I built an outfeed table when i moved in, but never addressed the storage problems with the underneath. Well now that...
  18. Outfeed/assembly/workbench

    Here is my latest project. I took the design from the Wood Whisperer and then added a little twist. I put it on casters and made just the right height so it would work as an outfeed table for my table saw. The top is a torsion box made with 3/4" MDF. This table not only has a great amount of...
  19. Outfeed Table

    This outfeed table was designed and built to complement my new tablesaw. It is constructed of 3/4" maple and BC exterior plywood, and assembled primarily with pocket screws and glue. This was my first pocket screw project, and I must say that in certain situations they are definitely...
  20. Krenov-style sawhorses add-on

    The Krenov-style sawhorses, in my opinion, are the best shop horses; easy to make, strong and versatile. I've made two pairs out of fir, economical material that won't cost you an arm and a leg. I came across this bench mount roller at Princessauto (still on sale for $8Cdn something) and built...
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