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  1. Projects An Unconventional Workbench/Outfeed Table

    I finally got around to replacing the embarrassing, saggy outfeed table that I'd assembled in a rush from construction-grade plywood when I first built my shop. This is still a fairly humble bench in comparison to some of the works of art that others post on this platform, but it will serve me...
  2. Flip Top Tool Cart

    Soon, we're going to be building a dedicated workshop in the backyard. So my workshop at the moment is half my garage. That means that I am limited in space. To solve this, I had multiple mobile carts carrying various tools. To use my miter saw, I'd pull the cart out and set up roller stands...
  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/assembly table

    I have been studying, researching and stressing over how to build this table. I knew this thing would be in my shop for the next 20-30 years. I wanted it to be dead flat, level, plenty of storage, mobile & serve as a perfect outfeed table for my table saw. I finally settled on this. It is...
  5. Another Paulk-style Workbench

    Been meaning to post this for a while. Finished up my workbench/assembly table about 5 weeks ago. I purchased Ron Paulk's plans, then modified them to fit my needs (i.e., used crown staples rather than pocket screws, no split top, permanent and heavy rolling base). I hate the cheap 4-ply...
  6. All Cedar Arbor

    This is a custum designed cedar arbor that I built for a friend. She said that she could not find anything prebuilt that was the size and style she was looking for, so she brought me a couple different pictures with the details that she liked and asked me to design it. She was vary pleased with...
  7. Tablesaw Outfeed Table

    Here is my outfeed table I completed a while back. The base is made out of recycled lumber from pallets. The top is a torsion box made from 1/2" mdf. I have drawers on both side one of which is designated for my saw blades and accessories. Its very robust!
  8. A Collapsible Feed Roller Stand

    Necessity is the mother of invention they say, so this post is about my latest 'necessity'. My small garage workshop is limited for storage, and all my 'stationary' tools are made portable in various ways so I can move them around, or even outside if need be. I've mounted everything on tables or...
  9. Table Saw Folding Outfeed Table and Router Table

    I built this folding outfeed table and router table for my R4512 Ridgid table saw. The deck is laminated plywood with Poplar edges and legs. I saw several similar designs on the internet and I utilized some ideas from all the designs that I have seen. I was able to utilize the t-slot on the...
  10. Ridgid table saw - Outfeed Table

    Made this outfeed table for my Ridgid TS3650 table saw. The overall dimensions are 39" x 48". Since taking the pictures I have applied poly to the top and added swing away legs with leveling adjustments.
  11. Basic Folding Outfeed Table

    I built this folding outfeed table out of scrap OSB, 2x material, and some old door hinges. My goal was to just have a folding outfeed table for larger sheets of plywood and long stock, as well as to serve as an extra assembly area so that I can finally start working on more than one project at...
  12. Sawstop and Router Cabinet / Infeed Table / Outfeed Table Project

    Here's my completed SawStop and Router Cabinet. I've added foldaway outfeed and infeed tables for safety and versatility. This is based on an amazing similar table by Tedth66, who graciously provided me continual assistance as I built the project. This is a modification of his design, adding a...
  13. Shop Assembly/Outfeed Table

    I can't say when/how it happened but I recently decided to "get back in the woodshop". Understand that although I've been around construction all my life, it was always about framing/building; decks, pergolas, gazebos, etc. where close was "good enough". I have developed some habits that have...
  14. Outfeed Cart

    I've need someplace for my sanding supplies so I made this cart. I included a couple of outfeed supports too. More details are here http://lumberjocks.com/Bluenote38/blog/127017
  15. Table Saw Outfeed

    My first project of my quarantine. Table saw outfeed table for my Delta saw. 2 layers of 3/4" plywood sandwiching a sheet of 1/4". Over did it with the screws but I didn't want to glue the top sheet in case I need to replace it. The supports underneath are laminated 3/4" plywood mounted to the...
  16. Folding Outfeed Table

    I finally finished my folding outfeed table this weekend. I've been meaning to build one for a long time but I'm now glad I didn't get around to until I got the new saw. It's based on a plan from the February 2009 issue of Woodworkers Journal, with a couple of minor changes. Materials are...
  17. Outfeed table

    Ok, so I decided that I wanted to make a large outfeed table for my saw. I figured that I would also use it as a workbench/assembly table. I really wanted to utilize the space under the table for storage. I'm heading down a path of having all my tools covered, either in drawers or cabinets...
  18. The 3-day outfeed/assembly table with t-track top. 4' x 4'

    So i've desperately needed an outfeed table and an assembly table for a while now. Working off my miter bench in front of the fence just wasn't cutting it, plus I had no way to clamp things down. Well I had to take vacation days from work or lose them, so last weekend I decided to build myself...
  19. Outfeed Table

    Made this table based on the WoodWhisperer video using birch ply - I have never had an outfeed table before since I had virtually no room. I must say it makes using the table saw way more enjoyable (and much safer). Thanks to Marc for the inspiration and the simple plans - I never knew you could...
  20. Outfeed table

    This is my new outfeed table. It isn't very impressive but I didn't have to buy anything to make it, I only used what I already had (or re-purposed). I also built in some clamp storage on both sides for my smaller clamps. The second picture shows how I used dowels on the legson the left side...
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