Over the last few years you may have noticed me mention that I "gotta" get around to dealing with my makeshift outfeed table. It works but, is not an efficient use of space and could be better. I had an unexpected opening in my calendar so now's the time. As is my habit I have thought-up, borrowed, stolen or morphed every idea I have come across that has value for me. The result is this (you'll notice a resemblance in the top from an assembly table project in ShopNotes #124):
I am still impressed with this Carbide Processors plywood blade even after a lot of cutting over the last year . . . well, a lot of sheet stuff for me anyway. I break down some parts out of the last of the shop ply I have around. I use BB ply for the top and most of the structural parts.
I laminate two pieces of 3/4" BB ply together with the "everything and the kitchen sink" approach. I normally shy away from the tablesaw as a work surface but, it was the widest, flattest thing available.
And she came out nice and flat. I cut it to final shape (heavy beast) and the sled support earns its keep once again.
. . .