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What I'm looking for is a way to attach a fence to the saw that will allow me to use a stop block to make repeatable cuts.
Anybody out there whos come up with a creative way of doing this on a portable stand that would like to share? It does excel at being able to be moved around, so I suspect that feature was excluded to make it more portable.
I've been thinking about options like a removable top rail, or something that bolts to the face of the saw fence. Don?t have the best tools, don't use the best woods and projects don?t always turnout perfeck. My solution starts with a 6' long piece of 1" square Aluminum tubing and a thick chunk of maple scrap. Using a dado blade, I cut a 1 inch channel in my stop block and drilled and tapped a hole in the back for a knob.
To reduce the knobs tendency to shift the stop block when tightening it, I put a little rare earth magnet on it.
I also put a stick on tape measure on the tube to make setting the distance easy and repeatable. For cuts that are shorter than 12 inches, I cut a piece of scrap wood exactly 12" long. Using another magnet on the stop block and a small screw in the 12" spacer I'm able to set the table up for shorter cuts.


Reciently my mother bought a new Patio home while under construction, the finisher (who was not there when I saw his set up) had left his saw stand in the garage over the weekend.. As you can see, the miter saw (later I saw it was a Compound Sliding Miter Saw) affixed to the center of his stand, and the stand supported the long trim pieces, With such a feature you could assemble a sliding stop block, Just need some thought. Anyway, here is another I dea from an old Finishing Carpenter, I believe he said he was 76 years old at the time. DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. Turns out the extension wing on my sawstop contractor saw wasn't even close to flat and straight, causing the cross cut sled to bind in use. Full article here: I'm building a new table saw station to accomplish a few tasks in the shop.
A Router Table Tablesaw Extension is a great DIY way to get a router table into your workshop.
To free up some valuable space in my shop, I'll be moving the router table out and have installed a lift and router in the extension wing of the table saw. To see the stand in more detail see this link: This time I build a very simple, quite crude, mobile tablesaw stand for the new extention I have build. Woodworking plans table saw extension Get the best rated woodworking guide with over 16 000 woodworking plans. RIDGID R4510 On-Board Extension Table - download the free Plans to DIY your own 10-inch extension surface that fits onto a Rigid portable table saw like mine. Sign me up for free emails from Fine Homebuilding with the latest news, tips, and techniques.


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It has to be more mobile than the original mobile base (horrible!), have dust collection built in, and allow future upgrades for a router lift that I am working on. I first built the new wing to accept the current fence the saw came with, I had to match the table saw top & fence system to ensure a smooth transition from the existing top to the new custom made wing. Rather than just building a simple replacement base, I opted to build one with lots of storage potential.
The design is from a 2009 issue of woodworkers Journal and I really like the sliding dovetail support leg. I hated the original stand, tips over when cutting large pieces of plywood n stuff so I had to make a better stand for it. I filmed this in hopes to give others some ideas if they are planning on building their own out feed table.
THis new base measures 6 feet long by 2 feet wide, which gave me good reason to move over to the new shop building. I tried to keep it cheap and easy and use the least amount of million dollar power tools possible. The table is extremely heavy and I needed a second person to help with the cuts and putting it together.




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