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Anyone make any changes to their workbench or shop?  Any new members want to share you hobby area?   My bench I built in 2012 was getting a bit rickety and worn.  The top was stool height an

This is a different type of work bench. I built it for my woodworking projects. It's primarily an assembly table with space below for all my hand/power tools. It also is the proper height to be used a

I built this a while back and ive been happy with it's design and function. It's built out of 2x stock and plywood. It was a fun project to practice cutting bird's mouth, half lap, and brid

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1 hour ago, Wilkic65 said:

Man it’s a blast lol 😆 I’m going to try my hand at redoing the veneer on the receiver if I can find one I like 

 

I have a roll you can check out unless that model is wood. 

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On 8/29/2020 at 4:27 PM, PhilDent said:

This is a different type of work bench. I built it for my woodworking projects. It's primarily an assembly table with space below for all my hand/power tools. It also is the proper height to be used as an outfeed table for my table saw, and it can be split into pieces and stored easily.

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interesting setup for the wheels on the table saw any chance of a better pic of how it works   

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Absolutely. Thanks for noticing.  I pull my table saw out on the driveway to mitigate the dust in the garage.

It's a very simple design. The casters when pressed down get the legs off the ground just enough so that I can wheel it around.

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15 hours ago, PhilDent said:

Absolutely. Thanks for noticing.  I pull my table saw out on the driveway to mitigate the dust in the garage.

It's a very simple design. The casters when pressed down get the legs off the ground just enough so that I can wheel it around.

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Love this.  simply Genius.  I "drag" my table saw..., PITA, I need to make this rig/jig happen.

 

thank you for sharing!

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