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  1. #1
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    Cool Mobile Tablesaw Cabinet

    Hello all

    Just wanted to show off my new saw cabinet. I still need to make the ext wings on both sides and mount the router on the left side, There will be a box under the left wing for dust collection and to hold router bits and tools. The big drawer on the left side holds my routers when not in use. ones in middle hold tools I use daily. two more big drawer on the right are still not filled and my faverate is the pull out tray to hold push stick, tapes, and every thing I allways have to move off the right wing befor I move the fence for a cut.

    Hope you all like it.

    JunkBoy999
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    Very nice set-up junkboy. Good use of the often waisted space underneath a TS. Look forward to seeing the finished product when you add the router etc.

    Wecome to the forum by the way.

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    That is a serious workshop junkboy, I'm green with envy

    Nice saw cabinet too
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    Tha's not Junk Junkboy . You'll have to change your name if you keep up that standard .

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkboy999
    Hello all

    Just wanted to show off my new saw cabinet.

    And well worth showing to. I love the setup. very good use of the space.


    Peter.

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    nice cabinet, but that incra fence is wayyyyy more tempting!
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    I've seen them before but never quite so big. It looks absolutely fantastic and Im sure it works really well. A copy of that pic will be going to my mate.

    Well done.

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    That looks like an Incra TS fence. I'm Green with envy!

    Very nice looking setup - and the background doesn't look too shoddy either

    Looking forward to seeing the finished article, plus a review of same?

    Cheers!

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    Default some new pictures posted on a hoasting sight

    Hello all

    I thought I would uploaded some better pictures of my saw table. Here is a link to a page with a few pic of the saw table all most finished.

    http://s22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...erry/Sawtable/


    I'm also working on new storage and benches for my shop. Hope to have them posted soon.

    Terry
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    I am impressed Terry.

    I am sure I have seen it somewhere.
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    Very nice Terry, I did something similar, but not as flash as yours.

    I don't have a dusty yet, maybe next year, but I have the sawdust drop into a drawer, & it catches a very larg % , so not too much on the floor.
    http://www.woodworkforums.ubeaut.com...t=34394&page=3

    Looks good mate.

    Steve
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