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did you build the table in this photo or did you buy it?


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Hi levon

It's one I made in the shop

open front and back type

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do you use the double t track a lot?

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Hi levon

I do like the double t track alot for the top,,two tables have it in place no slot needed.plus it can be adjusted to the fence if it's out of whack easy....

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i noticed it was on the edge, eliminating the need for a slot and its still in a suitable position.
ive been going through a lot of your gallery.

im not sure how soon, but i want to build a table similiar to the style of op. i want to be able to take it outside. but it will be using a 2 1/4 hp router. i am thing of using 1/2 birch or baltic birch for the sides and bottom to make it light.

i want to use mdf for the top then laminate 1/4 inch plastic onto the top, i have plenty of the 1/4 plastic.

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Hi levon

That should work out fine,I do recommend using a 2 x 6 sub.frame to hold the cabinet true and sq. and a place to mount the wheels and to add mass to the base I also use 2 x 4 stock for the top side of the cabinet to screw the top to and to keep it square and to add mass to the top ,the sides with support the top easy..I do recommend the open front and back type ,,in that way you can use it from the two sides when you need a bit more of a foot print for big (wide) stock..it's no big deal to just flip the fence around..

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i noticed it was on the edge, eliminating the need for a slot and its still in a suitable position.
ive been going through a lot of your gallery.

im not sure how soon, but i want to build a table similiar to the style of op. i want to be able to take it outside. but it will be using a 2 1/4 hp router. i am thing of using 1/2 birch or baltic birch for the sides and bottom to make it light.

i want to use mdf for the top then laminate 1/4 inch plastic onto the top, i have plenty of the 1/4 plastic.



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hi BobJ,

im not sure youre understanding it and its my fault for not explaining it further. i want it as light as possible and like the op table, it wont have a base. i will set it up on either sawhorses or the workmate. i want something to take outside and leave the sawdust on the ground,lol.

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