American Woodworker magazine was acquired by F+W Media (parent company of Popular Woodworking) in 2014. Christopher Schwarz has helped many of us solve some pretty frustrating problems over the years. Our plans will fit many contractor’s saws, but you may have to modify them to fit your machine. I have been looking at the Steel City 35618 and the copy sold at Harbor freight (probably from same factory). DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ.
Drill the pivot bolt holes in both legs and in the side rail (P) of the folding table (Fig.
Cut a continuous hinge into three pieces to fit the inner table and screw the pieces in place (Photo 9).
If any sag develops, you can raise or lower the riser, legs and inner table supports to make up the difference. Measure Height #1 on the saw’s box from the lowest hanging point, like the fence rails.


If the Depth is more than 34 in., increase the length of C and D by the difference and enlarge the inner table. If Height #2 is less than 34 in., reduce the length of the folding table (J) by the difference.
This outfeed table is permanently attached to your saw but tucks out of the way when you don’t need it.
You can trim big pieces of rough-cut plywood to size (like the pieces you’ll need to build this outfeed table) or rout a dado (see Photo 8, above).
Sand a hollow in the bottom of the inner table if your motor sticks up too far when it’s tilted. If you have moved the inner ribs from the locations in our plan, check the slot locations so they don’t run into the ribs. If it is less than 11 in., reduce the width of the inner and outer ribs (C and D) by the difference. These slots allow you to accurately align the table with the top of virtually any contractor’s saw. This one holds the inner half of the outfeed table (the part that’s above the motor).


A self-centering drill bit (also known as a Vix bit) makes this job much easier (see ?Source, below). Temporarily clamp an inner rib to an outer rib so their tops line up across the platform in the final assembly. The edges and legs are oak because they’ll take a lot of dings, but any hardwood will do. Use Width #2 to locate the right inner rib (C) to ensure that it doesn’t interfere with the blade-tilt handwheel. The only thing we haven’t figured out is how to store the legs; if you have a solution, send it in!




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