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Workbench serves as tablesaw outfeed, too

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Red workbench

A hardworking workbench

The workbench in my single-stall garage shop does dual duty as both a workbench and an outfeed table for my tabesaw. As an outfeed table it was critical that my assembled workbench (with top) had to be about 1/4" shorter than the bottom edge of the miter-gauge grooves in my tablesaw top. When using a miter gauge in my tablesaw, the guide must just pass over the top edge of the workbench for clearance.

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Comments (4)
HCGeorgia wrote:

what issue was this workbench shown in?

10/30/2015 11:30:01 AM Report Abuse
michael.sjostrom wrote:

Beginning assembly of this bench now. Was just curious what method was chosen for attaching the door to the table frame? Also, it looks like the vice is inset, suggestions?

6/10/2015 08:44:42 AM Report Abuse
clearblue2000 wrote:

This is a great design, even better if the drawers slide both ways to allow access from either side, so you don't have to walk around the bench to get something out of the drawer.

5/19/2013 08:41:46 PM Report Abuse

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