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I couldn’t add more pictures to my previous posting so I guess I have to duplicate it. This shows some assembly and the knockdown of it. I didn’t put adiustable feet…for my purpose this worked fine.
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posted 03-25-2013 08:56 PM
Stan,Thanks for the sketches. They explain a lot. Feels my head with ideas. Would love to make a universal table that could breakdown and hold every portable saw I have with each saw level with tabletop when it is inserted. Do you think it’s possible. My workshop is basically a storage room. The breakdown table would help.Thanks again for the sketches.
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posted 03-26-2013 03:25 PM
I also would like to send my thanks for the drawings. This is a great design.
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posted 03-26-2013 04:16 PM
For constant use in setup and knock down you might want to consider insert nuts or knock in nuts where it is applicable. I just used wood screws but that won’t work for constant tear down (attaching top, securing the fence, attaching the saw platform). Talented people here…. I know this can be improved.
posted 03-26-2013 10:54 PM
Stan,When the weather gets warmer here, I plan on giving this a try. I hope to make the table usable for all my table equipment. I agree it may need bolts for stability.Thanks,Terry
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posted 06-18-2013 12:26 PM
Pretty nice sketch and great idea for those with limited space. Easy enough to understand the drawings!
posted 06-18-2013 12:46 PM
I used 2×3 along with 1×3 stock for the leg assy .
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