here is a picture of the basic case assembled , I'm going to put shelf maybe 2 shelves haven't made up my mind yet..
I haven't used a my drill guide will be using in this project to drill the adjust able legs for the 2 wings for the layout the grove for adjusting the leg height.
I was ask if I liked my new drill guide . I said yes and said I would be using guide to drill holes for out rigger for miter saw station . I changed the process from plans from wood magazine and think it's an improvement they used a carriage bolt and dowel instead I used a carriage and another carriage bolt with a loosely tight tee nut without teeth . This kept the sliding joint to stay aligned better . See photo attached.
I'm sorry last post I took the picture of the wrong side doesn't show the tee nut used with the carriage bolt instead of the dowel but shoulder on the carriage bolt keeps the parts straighter. I'll take picture correctly with the foot installed on the leg. I dreaded making this part because of not much testing jig in critical accuracy was needed. Past test made job easy.
Finished project here are pictures. Really like the saw and this stand basically the stand movies like an appliance dolly just 2 4 inch wheels.
This saw works with a shadow line led of bade placement really accurate. Not a laser line. I've used both preferer this method
Looks good, Gary. Do you plan to put a dust extractor in the space underneath the saw?
I must say I agree with you about the led lines - they are kind of fuzzy, not very precise on my Bosch glide saw. Never bother to switch on.
No hopefully some day tackle the dust collector problem. I however I do like the way this 2 wheel cart moves very easy . This was a Trial and error keep increasing the handle length 3 times before I got good mobility. I have less problem wheeling in and out of my shed with 2 wheels than some of my 4 wheel carts.
The handle was the biggest obstacle. I also had to increase the grove in the leg to get the legs to fold properly inside the frame of the wings. I also did not think the handle in the back was strong enough and was going to go to 2 x material instead I laminated another piece of 3/4 stock to the inside of the handle. that butted against the back of the case. This kept the width of the cart not being 1 1/2 wider.
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