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Thread: 10" Ryobi Table saw extention plan?

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    10" Ryobi Table saw extention plan?

    I have a 10" Ryobi table saw which needs extention wings from the sides. It's one of those $99 Ryobis that Home Depot was selling earlier this year.

    Anyway, I'm set on an extention for outfeed; when I built my woodworking bench, I built it 1/4" lower than the surface of the table saw. The woodworking table is 33" X 72". I've discovered that I do need extention wings though to handle wider panels.

    If anyone knows where I can find any ideas, It would be much appreciated.

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    Michael, I don't remember who posted or where it was posted, maybe here? I have this photo of a setup that might work for you. I have a delta shopmaster, pretty much the same thing as your ryobi and have tried to figure out how to make something so I could still use the fence with ext. wings....so I will be watching this thread.

    PS just remembered that I almost bought another shopmaster delta TS that had a shot motor and cracked plastic for $30. My thought was to bolt the other table top to my current one for an ext. wing so I could use the fence. It was sold before I got in touch with the seller so that never happened....but could maybe work if you coud find one for your ryobi.
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    Jeff -

    That's my shop-built table saw cabinet, for my Ryobi benctop saw. There's a thread on it hiding around here, someplace, and there was one on WoodWorks, but given the problems they're having, it might be gone.

    Here's another shot of the Beast:



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    I thouhgt it was from here Kevin....Here is that thread >link< and a quick >link< to more of Kevins pics of his fence for it too.

    I forgot about the fence you made Kevin...thanks again.
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    Michael, don't know how elaborate an extension you need, but I had the same problem and built this quick extension to trim plywood. Only need six pieces of scrap wood, the pics should explain all.
    Last edited by Gerald Schacht; 11-10-2010 at 12:46 PM.

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    Does anyone know what type of fence that he has used on this? Thanks.

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