There's a Better way: A Big Table for a Portable Tablesaw - Fine Homebuilding

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Theres a Better Way


There's a Better way: A Big Table for a Portable Tablesaw

comments (2) March 11th, 2009 in Blogs
Kevini Kevin Ireton, editor-at-large

Video Length: 1:54
Produced by: John Ross


As reader David Kalin, of Kaneohe, HI, knows, the problem with portable tablesaws is that they’re not too good without an outfeed table for some important tasks, such as cutting a sheet of plywood. In this video tip, Fine Homebuilding editor Kevin Ireton demonstrates a low-cost solution that David let us know about.


posted in: Blogs, remodeling, framing, saws, tablesaws

Comments (2)

Michaelmaloney1 Michaelmaloney1 writes: I love the idea for the big table here. Sure looks a lot more convenient than lugging my workbench out from storage into the outdoors anyway.
Posted: 2:19 am on January 14th

CameronRobertson CameronRobertson writes: That's an idea! I don't normally try and undertake the big sawing jobs on my own at home because I've very little storage space for a big table - my backyard is already quite cluttered as it is! But your solution might actually be quite feasible in my scenario. Looks like I'll have to pick up a new project so that I can test the theory out now won't I? Haha!
Posted: 10:19 pm on November 30th

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