Underneath your table saw extension table could be wasted space... so why not build a storage cabinet to fit? But just a storage cabinet might not be enough... how about a multi-use cabinet that can also be used as an infeed and outfeed table? Follow along as Steve makes a multi-purpose cabinet to compliment the SawStop Outfeed Table.
In Part 3, slots are cut for the tabletop adjustment height system. Slots in plywood are very difficult to cut, but by drilling out most of the waste first at the drill press, then cleaning up the slot with the router table, these slots come out looking pretty good!
The last steps before the glue-up includes cutting rabbets for the leg mounting blocks and cutting the channel for the aluminum tube stock to final length.
"Welcome To The Show," "Feelin Good," Hackbeat,” & "Hustle" all written and performed by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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