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Tablesaw tips, tricks, and techniques, Part 2

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Extension Table

Make an instant extension table.

A simple T-shape support, made from scrap plywood or MDF, mounts in your portable clamping workstation, as shown. Once you've matched the support to your table height, drill the base of the support and insert dowels to instantly set the height each time. To make this table even more versatile, use it with your bandsaw and mitersaw, drilling separate dowel holes for each height.

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Comments (1)
jlcusimano1 wrote:

The dowels idea is good if your shop floor is smooth and level or if you don't move your saw around. But, if your floor isn't level, forego the dowels and use a straight board, on edge to adjust the extension table at 2 places to make it parallel to the saw table.

5/29/2014 03:10:56 PM Report Abuse

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