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I have always wanted a dedicated assembly table, but I don't have the room for a permanent setup. An out-feed table for my table saw seems like a good solution, but there are times when I need to move the saw to make room for other activities.

What layout and assembly setup have you found to be the most effective in your shop?
 

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I use roller stands ( like THIS ) for outfeed support and a flat door laid over saw horses for assembly.



This certainly helps with a space problem.


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Combine outfeed and assembly/layout functions ....

Safety come first, so the outfeed is the same height as the table saw. OK, sometimes it's a bit high for assembling cabinets, but for all other projects it's just fine.






The outfeed is about 18" wide and that is directly attached to the assembly table. Ignore the ultra wide table saws, they're just for woodworking. Sometimes the work area spills onto the table saws. OH, Well space is limited.




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