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post #21 of 36 Old 11-20-2008, 11:54 AM
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bradnailer; You don't have enough clamps.

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Nah, I really need a few more and a few more hoses for my shop vacs. ha!

I've only been in this shop for about a year and haven't quite got it finished. This is my second shop so I was able to do a little better with the design this go round. This winter, I'm going to drywall and put up my wood racks which go on the wall opposite the tool wall. I bought the white pegboard for reflective purposes but I've found it isn't as hard as the regular pegboard and the clips have a tendency to pull out.

After I finish the next couple of projects I have going, I'm going to weld together a better mobile base for the table saw. Even though I seldom move it around, I like having the height the same as my mitre saw. Still pondering the design.
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Brad, Rockler right now has a great deal on a universal mobile base. I have 2 of them in my shop, one on a tablesaw and one on a bandsaw. http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?p...ginid=69422692
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Brad, Rockler right now has a great deal on a universal mobile base. I have 2 of them in my shop, one on a tablesaw and one on a bandsaw. http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?p...ginid=69422692
Wow, that's a great price but how does it work with the side extension on the table saw? Longer stringers or whut?
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Wow, that's a great price but how does it work with the side extension on the table saw? Longer stringers or whut?
I tossed around that idea also, and came up with the conclusion that the front and back rails would need to be extended, which isn't a problem since you have to supply those anyway with that kit. The only thing you'd have to fabricate from metal would be the corner brackets for under the table legs. Follow me ?

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Yep, not a problem there. I'd probably use a piece of angle iron attached to the mobile base and where it attaches to the table legs use an adjusting nut configuration to level it with the saw. Think I'll order one. Thanks for the tip.
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Yep, not a problem there. I'd probably use a piece of angle iron attached to the mobile base and where it attaches to the table legs use an adjusting nut configuration to level it with the saw. Think I'll order one. Thanks for the tip.
Yep, two pieces of 1 1/2" angle iron about 5" long each with a 45 degree cut on one end, welding them together makeing it a 90 degree, then weld a triangular piece of 1/8" sheet steel in between, for the table legs to sit onto.
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brad nailer outfeed

Would like to see details on the hinge area of that "well worn" outfeed table of yours. That's exactly what I'm looking for, for my TS. I want one that travels with the saw, but folds down when not in use. Any details would be appreciated.
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The short section is bolted to the table saw with heavy angle brackets. I used a piano hinge to attach the longer table to the short one. If you look at the first photo, you can see the piano hinge at the bottom of the short section. Since I have a contractors saw, I had to do the short section so the longer one would clear the motor when it was folded down. I'm going to build a new one some of these days and I'll probably build it just a little lighter and maybe a little longer. I framed the thing out with 2*4's and the new one, I'll just use 2*2's. The melmaine is sitting in rabbits in the 2*4's.
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I have the same Delta extension as Woodchuck, and I made my workbench the same height, so it butts up against the extension and gives me support for a full 8' sheet of ply.
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Nice outfeed Brad.

This is exactly what I need for my saw. Thanks for the pictures.

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Mine is not as nice as the ones shown, but space being a premium in my shop this is what I built.

Larry,

Please tell me what kind of Miter fence that is and where you got the wings for the TS. I just purchased the Ridgid R4512 and would like to replace the stamped metal wings.

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Kevin, this thread was last commented on in 2008. Until Big2j an You made your comments. You may get LarrySch to respond but doubtful. The Miter Gauge is an Osborne EB-3. I have one and they are GREAT!!! I removed extensions on my Delta Contractor saw and made my own with White formica tops. Love em!!!

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since larry might not respond, that miter gauge looks to be an osborne eb-3. dewalt also makes a similar unit that one of the WW suppliers had for ~ $80 around the holidays. osborne regularly discounts it to ~ $100. it's a very well regarded miter gauge and was one of the units "Nahm" used on NYW. when i get tired of my incra 1000se, i'll sell it and get an eb-3. i'm replying as kevin doesn't have enough posts yet to PM larry.

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I think since I have so little space I will have to make mine mount to the saw. My saw rolls in and out of the shop. Most of the time I just have to roll it to the edge of the garage to have enough room behind it to rip long pieces.

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I think since I have so little space I will have to make mine mount to the saw. My saw rolls in and out of the shop. Most of the time I just have to roll it to the edge of the garage to have enough room behind it to rip long pieces.
That's one of the reasons I made my outfeed table the way I did. It moves with my saw and when not in use, doesn't take up much space.
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