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It has been a while since i have been on the forum but I recently added an extension wing to my table saw with a router and shop built router lift and waneed to share!

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Very nice Rich, congratulations.

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Looks cool. Can we have some pictures from different angles? Which materials did you use?

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very nice...I gather the wooden gear is for the lift...what is the other...just below and to the right...?

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very nice...I gather the wooden gear is for the lift...what is the other...just below and to the right...?
It looks like his miter gauge stored so it hangs vertically.

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Wow that's very nice Rich . I agree with Philip as I'd like to see more pics
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It looks like his miter gauge stored so it hangs vertically.
Thank you, Oliver...I see it now

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Thanks for posting Rich.

I am considering making such an extension for my TS. Did you use plans or just wing it?

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James I winged it!
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Pine frame and Birch plywood. Bought all at Lowes. I did use 5/4" pine and pocket hole screwed the plywood to the frame. The router lift, I got the plans from Mathias Wandel. Hope this answered all the questions!

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