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post #1 of 4 Old 01-11-2016, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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Table Saw Router Plans

Hi All,

I'm looking for a table saw and router bench plans in one have a small shop and would like to use this also as a assembly table I know it is hard to do in one table but that is my only option for the time would like to see what you have I have a Bosch portable table saw Im thinking of building into a rolling table

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I share your need. I've been looking at Ron Paulk's all in one bench. He sells the plans on line and created multiple instructional (tedious) videos.
I've got a BOSCH 1031 saw, small Kreg router table and a Craftsman compact sliding saw in a 1 car garage.
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I share your need. I've been looking at Ron Paulk's all in one bench. He sells the plans on line and created multiple instructional (tedious) videos.
I've got a BOSCH 1031 saw, small Kreg router table and a Craftsman compact sliding saw in a 1 car garage.
Yep. Check it out on You Tube. Called the Paulk Total Station...table saw, miter saw and router table with room for assembly.
Throw him a bone. He would appreciate it. I bought the miter saw station and work bench plans a couple of years ago, mainly for reference. I hardly ever follow plans anyway.
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I bought the Paulk plans for the workbench and have built a modified version to suite my needs. I think Ron expects us to do that. I think he made the videos for those that need more coaching. I like it because it is portable and I can put it away when I need the space for my truck. Like this time of the year.
Plus, you can hang a portable table saw on the end and operate that ripping of longer material easier.
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