Nov 13 , 2018

DIY Table Saw Table

DIY Table Saw Table Overview: A Knockdown System Without Fasteners

Portable table saws are great for garage workshops. When the project is done, they fold up and tuck away so you can park the car. But when it comes to capacity, they’re a bit limited.

That’s what led to this knockdown table saw system. It has a great outfeed table; you also gain extra width to rip larger pieces of plywood, and the outfeed table works great for an assembly workbench. The project also has some nifty add-on trays: one to hold your table saw safety equipment (hearing and vision protection and push sticks) and another to hold all your hand tools and hardware so you can keep the top clutter-free. This project is perfect for a small workspace because it sets up in minutes without fasteners, and at the end of the day, you can have it back on the wall and the car in the garage.

DIY Table Saw Table

DIY table saw table

This DIY table saw table is a workshop on a wall. In less than five minutes of setup time, you’re ready to cut big sheets or work on the assembly table.

Get better performance from your bench top or stationary table saw. With these jigs and accessories, you can make safer, more accurate rips, crosscuts, dados, rabbets cuts and more.

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