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Picture Stairway From Hell
gthec 6 Yesterday 12:37 PM
Picture Refinishing
pwiref 5 09-18-2019 08:43 PM
Picture Planer manual
For YHP-150 Total Shop Planer
robertoguerrero 16 09-16-2019 07:42 PM
Picture Misc.
This Life Outdoors 1 09-15-2019 09:53 PM
Picture My Projects
EdM 9 09-13-2019 06:14 PM
Picture Pictures
PvL 6 09-13-2019 05:43 PM
Picture Table Saw Cover ~ a/k/a Work Station
Disclaimer: I do not have an expensive saw and I do not use a table saw
very often these days.
I do more tinkering on this, that and the other than woodworking projects.
I have used cardboard, hardboard, PVC sheet and magnetic sheet in the past
just to keep paint and glue off the saw table.
now, recently moved into a new house and SEVERELY downsizing, I do not have
a dedicated workbench yet - so the table saw is it. (for now).
anyone that has tried to clamp anything to the edge of a table saw top understands
how "awkward" it can be to get a good clamp on just about anything.
with this the key element in design, the 2x2 skirts the outside of the TS top for clamping.
I used 1/2" cheap plywood and 2x2 lumber for the top. (ripped a 2x4 down the middle).
after assembly of the plywood top, I put several craft sticks on solid parts of the saw top
with a bead of glue. gently lowered the plywood top onto the TS and let it sit.
this provides some ventilation between the two. of course you can cut the craft sticks
into smaller pieces if you wanted, and use more of them. (your call).
I removed the fence and rails so I could use sleds. this is why the plywood fits right on the table.
this is what I did ~ best of luck in your design.
John Smith_inFL 6 08-28-2019 02:35 PM
Picture Epoxy
Live Edge
Thunder 5 08-24-2019 11:39 AM
Picture Better Built
BetterBuiltCabinets 2 08-17-2019 04:50 PM
Picture Shop Recognition - In the Beginning
This is an old trade magazine where I got my first official recognition
as a budding sign artist. There have been several since 1992, but this
one is my first and largest of my career as a Custom Sign Maker.
I hope the scanned material is not too hard to read.
Thank You for your time !!
John Smith_inFL 5 08-16-2019 10:49 AM
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