Thanks all . . . and actually that should be three table saws. I have an Altendorf WA-8 for panels, a Delta Unisaw with right tilt and a Powermatic 66 for left tilt. More will be posted soon.You have been around a TABLE SAW or TWO! Those are some FINE projects!
+1. I like it a lot too. I was wondering the same thing. Did you make it?Good looking Chicago rail. Did you make it?
Good looking Chicago rail. Did you make it?
I made bar rail once . . . and I repeat ONCE. Never again. Too much time and sanding and time is money. Unless somebody wants something special I buy off the shelf from Frank Paxton Lumber Co in Cincinnati.+1. I like it a lot too. I was wondering the same thing. Did you make it?
It's always best to work off of a drawing and break things down into sub-assemblies when building something big. There is a process and you can either follow the process and build things efficiently or just go about it willy-nilly and be really inefficient. I learned alot about organization amd manufacturing when I used to run a 50 person business and oversaw pretty much everything except sales.I'm not sure if those pictures inspire me or discourage me. That stuff is WAYYYYYY beyond my ability. Incredible.