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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-30-2018, 09:52 PM Thread Starter
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Default My folding table that replaced my radial arm saw just updated

My original table would crosscut a 30 inch wide panel never came close to needing. It also had a table with a 48 inch by 72 . New will be able to crosscut a 25 inch wide panels and 35 inch by 76 top. Old would not fit through a standard 36 door with wide top. Plus new will serve as an out feed table for table saw. Here is new table new table top not made yet. Smaller cross cut jig for my track saw not made yet either.
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Here is a series after table was completed.
The first picture is completed,next is top placed as it goes into assembly,next is the assembly without the top,next is the main frame,next is main frame folded up and last picture is whole set stacked up for storage.
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Nice, utilitarian table. Notice you took care to get it's height to match another bench in the background. Same height as your saws so it could be used as an outfeed table too?

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It was designed that way.
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Sheer genius!

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