Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
Most contractor's saws take up about 10, perhaps 11 inches of space in the rear for the motor. That means you'd have to fabricate a small table of that size as a permanent flat attachment before you could start a fold-down section.
Not rocket science. And not particularly difficult to do. I grabbed the old SketchUp pen to give you an idea. Personally, I've just got a simple little table I threw together. But this idea might work if you want a folder.
BTW, I modified a plywood cart/outfeed table drawing that I found online to make it work better than it looked like it would the way they did it. I just may go ahead and build it for myself. (If I ever get some of my other projects finished and out of the way... still trying to get my truck painted.) Holler if you'd like to see the cart drawings... they're dimensioned and can be used, as is, for building plans.
Last edited by Willie T; 03-20-2009 at 09:56 AM.