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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-26-2018, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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finished new outfeed / assembly table this weekend.
Dimensions are 46" long x 26" deep and 36 3/8" tall on 3 1/2" casters
I chose this size as I've had this 1" thick piece of butcher block laying around 4 years.
I added Rocklers t-track system and there is one shelf in it that is high enough for the
dust collection from the table saw. I also added my Wilton wood vise on one corner.
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Very nice, Randy! You'll get good use out of that.

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Good job, Randy.
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Great job Randy. Bet it will make life in the shop so much easier. I like how you mitered the T-slot also
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Nice job. I believe an outfeed table is a necessary safety item on a table saw. It helps to avoid the need to lean over the saw blade when you finish a cut.

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Way too nice to work on, Randy.

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This is a wonderful idea. Thanks for the inspiration!

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Great multi use shop project. I wish I had the room for one like this.
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My outfeed table folds, but is usable for light projects. I would rather have one like yours, nice and heavy with hold-downs. My fold down table has 1x3 trussing underneath so it's solid, and two legs that fold down and are adjustable for height. I used part of a Rockler hardware kit to attach hold the other side to the saw, which allows me to remove the table if I need to. I have my compressor on a small platform under the outfeed table--floor space is precious in my shop.

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