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This is one of the tools you don’t think you need until you have one and then you wonder how you got by without one!
This topic contains 170 replies, has 21 voices, and was last updated by  MKE_Voltage 2 years, 2 months ago. I guess the problem that I would see with making everything the same height is that certain tools wouldn’t be at their optimum working height anymore. Maybe one could incorporate some sort of lifting mechanism on all the tables to attain certain heights, but your critique is well taken. A height adjustable table to put various benchtop equipment on when you need to use them would be great. Turning Safe Search OFF may display content intended for mature audiences.You must be at least 18 years old to continue.
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After using them for awhile, the open air design seemed like such a waste of space, so I starting thinking about ways to improve them. IceCactus, Perhaps you could figure out some custom solution similar to what this guy did here. DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. Here are your search results for TABLE SAW WORKSTATION free woodworking plans, project instructions and blueprints.The Internet's Original and Largest free woodworking plans and projects links database. Portable Miter Saw Station (PDF)  A sliding compound workstation provides a sturdy base for your saw, as well as extended support for long work pieces.
TwitterContact us if you want us to link to your free woodworking plans or if you want to advertise on this web site. I still haven’t quite figured out the best way to handle dust collection for this saw.
I find that by moving the fence over as the blades become dull I can extend the useful life of a set of blades. Its possible to do the job on a router table but the larger diameter cutter combined with the power of the shaper make for a much better finished product. I usually keep a hex shaft in a cordless drill handy for running the PRL up and down when changing bits. Once the stock is clamped in place it can be moved in and out and side to side by use of the hand wheels. Although I have the templates for finger joints and adjustable thru dovetails it spends most of the time set up for half blind dovetails. I leave a D handle router set up for half blinds sitting with the Omnijig so it is quick and easy to make dovetails for drawer boxes. The carriage which carries the router moves vertically and stock can be fed thru horizontally. Since the floor level is 3 feet lower that the shop it allows for a loading dock for easy loading and unloading of material and finished projects. I’m still toying with the idea of making one that integrates into my table saw extension table.


It would be a great space saving project since I could use the space that my router table is in now for something else. A bandsaw table should be higher than a table saw table, drill press is adjustable anyway, mitre saw should be higher than a table saw. In my old shop my work bench was a few feet in front of my table saw against the wall so when I needed more infeed room I had to jack up my workbench onto blocks so that the material would go under the benchtop. I have a Ridgid 2410 which is similar to your Bosch, and i have been trying to figure out how to do something similar as i want to make a large cross cut sled like you built. This 24″ thickness planer is also a tool I upgraded after using the shop for a while.
It’s a line boring machine, used to drill a series of evenly spaced holes for adjustable shelves. Lots of commercial shops use them for producing limited runs of replica molding for restoration projects. Although it takes a little extra time to set up, I prefer to use a stock feeder with the shaper to keep my fingers clear of the cutter. The details of the shop were often changed to take advantage of opportunities to cut costs. Right now I’m working on a dust collection upgrade to my table saw by closing in the back of it with wood panels held on with rare earth magnets so they can be easily taken off if I need to tilt the blade. Anytime you can use the infeed and outfeed space of one tool for another as well it’s bonus. Updated daily, there is a lot to offer.Below you will find categories and links to woodworking resources across the Internet. When I was first setting up this shop, Jeff LeNeave from Leneave Supply in Charlotte, NC convinced me that this would make building all the face frames for the shop cabinets so much faster and easier. Shortly after I retired I built a set of cabinets for my daughter and son-in-law’s new home. One of the nice features is the open side that allows arches, elipses, and full circles to be run through the machine. I can turn one table leg or spindle and then use the duplicator to quickly turn out multiple copies with little effort.
The cutters that I use on the router actually screw onto a shaft mounted in the collet of the router.
The ridgid doesn’t have the extensions though so i have to figure out something else.
The sliding table and big outfeed table make it fairly easy for one person to handle sheet goods, especially when used with a roller infeed table.
It had plenty of width to handle rough stock but I discovered the need to be able to handle glued up panels, mostly for raised panel doors. Since I was planning on building several more sets of cabinets I figured it would be worth the invertment for the machine.
This machine has been retrofitted with an after-market variable speed drive for the feed rollers.
I had originally planned to paint the floor with epoxy paint but had the opportunity to buy the CVT as seconds (color variation) for less that the cost of the paint.


Now I use pocket hole joinery for many applications because they are so quick and simple to make. Now I can glue up panels with the stock left a little thick, then run them through the planer to smooth up the faces and joints all in one pass. The stock can be slid from side to side to allow making virtually any length row of adjusting holes.
The 18″ throat comes in handy on larger pieces and the extra power and rigidity makes resawing much easier and faster. The lights had two ballasts so they are wired so one, two, or all three tubes in each fixture can be turned on. The entire building is insulated and equipped with central air conditioning and heat, although I admit I only run it when I have a major project going. There is a dust collection system equipped with a cyclone mounted in the garage area to cut down noise in the shop. Extension tables support stock on either side of the saw while wooden fences keep long workpieces square to the blade.
You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. Blast gates are fitted with magnetic reed switches that turn on the dust collector when they are opened. I have been involved with woodworking since I was a kid, and I must admit it is great to finally have the shop that I have always wanted!
Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided. By adjusting the height of the fixture, I can use it with various tools, such as my tablesaw, radial-arm saw, router table, etc. But like any tool, it can always be upgraded to give you better results and more convenient use. To top it off, the whole thing folds up into a compact package you can store in any corner of the garage or shop.
The workstation provides a sturdy base for your saw, as well as extended support for long workpieces. It can be incorporated into your shop as a permanent fixture, but at the same time it is designed to be easily moved when necessary. But once they are back home, the challenge is to make them perform like hard-working stationary tools.



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  1. MAD_RACER writes:
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  2. Oxotnick writes:
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  3. azal writes:
    Assistance of some software and planks a ten by ten unit.
  4. ELLIOT writes:
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  5. Santa_Banta writes:
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