My table saw takes up a ton of room, then there is my brewery, as does my large Mac toolbox I had to bring home from work. I'm left with an apartment garage with limited space. I need a work bench though. I'm interested in using hand tools a bit more. I don't have room for a traditional workbench, so I was wondering if I could make a work bench top that I clamp on top of the table saw. This seems fairly straight forward, and easy to store when I'm not using it. But, as far as clamping goes, I thought maybe of just using some 3/8 thick hard wood wedges and bench dogs to hold the flat work pieces for planing, carving, clamping, etc. I can't figure out how I could clamp anything vertically for planing the edges of the boards, or cutting dove tails. Any thoughts?