Every craftsman needs a versatile work table. One of the great things about this design is that if you build it in sequence you can use it while your project is in progress. After you have the ultimate saw horses completed, you can throw a piece of plywood on top and start using your work table right away.
This video series is made up of 47 videos and approximately 7 hours of information. Please note there is an Ultimate Work Table UPDATE series as well that was published in August 2013. Thanks for watching!
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work table intro http://AskWoodMan.com/
This video is an introduction to a detailed series about building a strong affordable work table with storage for tools and wood. This series will have...
worktable drawing http://AskWoodMan.com/
In this video I discuss how the new updated work table will be different from my original table. I then show the wood I will use for the saw horse legs...
work table legs http://AskWoodMan.com/
In this video I show the start of cutting the 8 saw horse legs down to milled dimension using the the crosscut guide on the table saw and then finishing ...
taper cutting jig http://AskWoodMan.com/
In this video I show my favorite quick and dirty but accurate method for cutting tapers on large pieces with the table saw. Since this taper is beyond ...
Many Table Saws and Bandsaws Have Substandard guide rails. In this series I will show you how to fabricate and install Biesemeyer style 2"X3" guide rails for your table saw and bandsaw.
This video is an introduction to a long series showing all aspects of making your own Biesemeyer guide rail system for either your table saw or your band saw or both. To see more information about ...
In this video I start the process of pulling off the the old bent Biesemeyer guide rail and prepare my saw for the install of the new 3x3" angle iron and 3x2" guide rail that will replace it.
In this video I get the process of marking the angle iron well under way in preparation for drilling to precisely attach it to the saw.
In this video I do the drilling and countersinking to the marked spots on the angle iron. I also show a drill technique for opening up the holes in washers really quickly and safely.