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    Outfeed/assembly table finished!!

    Hi everyone.
    With my recent purchase of a Steel City table saw and some other tools I was able to build and complete my very first outfeed/assembly table.
    Am pretty happy with how it came out and its very sturdy.
    This design was from Marc "The Wood Whisperer" Spagnuolos video called "somebody feed me".
    Thanks Marc.
    The only thing I added was some casters so I could move it around as needed. All made from 3/4" plywood and melamine for the top.
    In the top picture the table looks crooked. I didnt have it pushed up against the saw FYI.



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    Very nice; you can be proud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ray Gerdes

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    Did you get the granite top on your saw?
    How do you like it so far?

    Outfeed table, something to build one of these days and yours looks like one fine example to follow.
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Did you get the granite top on your saw?
    How do you like it so far?

    Outfeed table, something to build one of these days and yours looks like one fine example to follow.

    No my saw is the 1.75 horse base model. Iron top and wings. Great saw though. Very versatile. Thats what I like about a table saw. Wondered how I got along without one up until a few months ago.
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    That looks great Craig. Nice work!
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    Nice job, Craig. You'll be absolutely amazed at how much BETTER that table will seem to make your TS perform it's many tricks.

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    Looks good, I'm sure you will get a LOT of use out of it
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    Nice job on the outfeed table Craig. nice size for assembly. That is something I need to do also.....someday. I will have to reference yours then, because it looks just right

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    Nicely done. Bravo!
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    nice job craig, i am sure you used locking castors so it doesnt move when the lumber hits it... melamine is bright and clean looking and slides well too
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