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Discussion Starter · #42 · (Edited)
Actually now that I am using this thing to make something I noticed my clamp system needed beefing up!!! :eek::eek:



And as for buying some domino tenons. We don't need no stinking tenons! A little plane work and my chop saw - tada! - Tenons :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Oh forgot to mention. I also removed the big hunking handles! They were more bother than they were worth. Put in a safe place in case I need them later.
 

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Hubert,

Nice going...!

Question:

Is that a pair drawer slides between the table top & the 1st layer?
Full suspension?

When I was at my supplier of slides, he mentioned that the slides were not designed to work horizontally... only vertically. And these are generic drawer slides, made in China, and really work great vertically.

Maybe it makes a difference on how they're stacked / installed?

Looks like it would be a COOL way to make a sliding table... if it works good.

Tnx...
 

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Da is just dem regular Home depot drawer slides. They are the ones rated for 100 lbs. I have two for back and forth, two for side to side and two in the tower for up and down. They are very smooth.
 
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