Ezee-Feed Manufacturing - Ezee-Feed Manufacturing – Tablesaw Extension Review
These infeed and outfeed tables come in two sizes, 40 in. and 58 in. Folding legs make them easy to store when not in use
I work alone and my shop is small, so it’s a chore to muscle a 4-ft. by 8-ft. sheet of plywood or MDF onto my tablesaw. Recently, I tried infeed and outfeed tables from Ezee-Feed Manufacturing. They made the task a lot easier.
The tables, sold separately, are sturdily constructed of tube-and-channel steel, they can be added or removed in seconds, and the folding legs make them easier to store.
|Knuckle whacker. On some saws, like this Powermatic, the Ezee-Feed T-track leaves little room to comfortably turn the elevation crank.|
On the downside, the outfeed table only has enough rollers to adequately support one offcut, not both. So if I centered the table with the sawblade, only one row of closely spaced rollers was given the task of supporting each offcut. If I offset the table to one side or the other, then I was supporting only one part of the offcut. Ideally, I’d want two outfeed tables, side by side. But if you already have a wide outfeed table, the infeed extension would be an excellent option for those times you are handling large sheets.
The tables are sold in two lengths: 40 in. and 58 in. Infeed tables are priced at $310 and $330 respectively; outfeed tables sell for $270 and $290. For more information, go to www.ezee-feed.com or call 267-784-9600.
Photos: Roland Johnson