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Forum topic by Digelectric posted 06-06-2020 01:12 AM 183 views 0 times favorited 0 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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06-06-2020 01:12 AM

Feedback is appreciated on this. I’m not sure what the best format is to view this but I drew it in Solidworks and saved as an eDrawings file so I think it can be viewed in a variety of web browsers and should allow you to look at measurements. The fence is maple and 1.5” thick and that may be overkill on thickness but obviously I don’t want the fence to move. The top is phenolic coated plywood. The router plate is a simplified drawing of the Kreg top adjusting router plate. The miter slots are for Incra T-track. The T-track will have brackets that attach to the back of the fence and will allow it to be secured to the table and the fence can be removed.

I’ll probably mount this using some brackets I found online that allow it to fold down when not in use. Also on the table is my radial arm saw and I’ll mount some drawers as well for bits etc.

I’m mostly hoping for feedback on the layout at this point and will markup the rest if there is any good feedback.


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