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I have my tablesaw outfeed/laundry table done. How should..

I finish it? Paint, polyurethane? Suggestions?
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What are all the materials?






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Sanded 3/4 plywood,
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glue down a piece of slick manmade material like formica or something to it.
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I second the formica idea.

Do one thing at a time, do it well, then move on.
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I wouldn't use any sort of paint. The friction the material sliding across will destroy the paint in no time. I have to agree with the other guys.
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I would use a high pressure laminate (mica...brand is unimportant), in a matte (textured) finish, not a high gloss.






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Any pics of it?? I need to build an outfeed table and am looking for ideas, etc.. Or pics of anyone else's would be cool to.. Btw, i'm not meaning to hijack the thread..
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Any pics of it?? I need to build an outfeed table and am looking for ideas, etc.. Or pics of anyone else's would be cool to.. Btw, i'm not meaning to hijack the thread..
Go to you tube there is a video on out feed tables just type in out feed table.
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Go to you tube there is a video on out feed tables just type in out feed table.
Here is the link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZyguUCdw4s
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Formica. Or next time use TFM and save yourself some work
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Textures HPL

Formica or any good brand. The textured pattern gives small points of contact which is much less friction than a flat smooth piece.

Skymaster: What is TFM?

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What he said. What is TFM

TFM????????



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Formica or any good brand. The textured pattern gives small points of contact which is much less friction than a flat smooth piece.

Skymaster: What is TFM???????????????

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