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A friend of mine is just getting into woodworking. He bought a bench top saw but I told him to forget about the stand, we will build it. This is the result. The cabinet is five feet long and 26″ deep. I built in the router table as well to keep things compact and easy to use. Storage below for more routers and other accessories for the saw as well. Next we will add on an outfeed deck. We also built a cabinet for a bench top planner. Both are on casters for easy movment.
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Oh yeah, great job..BEGGING for plans too...
Also very interested in any plans available for this. I realize it's an older post but this is the best design yet that I've found.
Nice project. Could you, please, send me any pictures angles? I liked so much of your cabinet
I love this table saw combo. U said that u were going to get some plans together to build this. PLEASE send any plans and materials list to me if possible @ email@example.com. It would really make my day as this is so good a job u did.
Thanks in Advance
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or email PLEASE
Beautiful... was hoping there were plans for this but I will try to do something as close as possible to this... Great job GrenadaBarefoot!! Thanks for posting the picture!!
VERY NICE JOB, IT IS POSSIBLE THAT YOU CAN SEND ME THE PLAN PLEASE ?
THANKS IN ADVANCE
Hi Dean, your design is really attractive and functional! I'd so love to have a few details so I can try to make one similar to yours. I have a similar jobsite Dewalt table saw, and I just bought a Rockler's router table top, fence, and Incra lift, so I'm looking to build the cabinet beneath. I like how you left space beneath the router for easy access. Do you have any blueprint sketches or additional dimensions you can post, or perhaps some photos of how you assembled the inside? (I'm still learning so any info is helpful!)
p.s. Since you are Navy...this was my uncle - USS John A Moore. The frigate named after him was retired in the 1990s in San Diego.
I have that same Dewalt saw. Great job.
I too would appreciate any plans/details so I can copy your work.
Hi Dean, Just wondering if you had written down the dimensions and if you had a materials list. Ive been looking for a table for my dewalt 7480 and new router, this would work great.
Wow - that is exactly what I envision for my new saw! BTW, is that a Dewalt DWE7480? That's my next saw.
I don't really have any plans for the router table but I can collect the dimensions and lay it out. I really sort of build things as I go. I know that sounds a bit odd but it works for me. I'll post the dimensions in a day or two.
Glad you liked the posts.
Any chance of getting plans for your Incra Positioner router table?
Nice Job. Well done!
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