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Homemade table saw workbench

Bloffy13

Jon Muir
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You might have noticed I haven't been particularly active here lately.
Mr Youtube sucked me in and I came across a three and then a four in one workbench.
I really fell for the idea. My shed is, to say the least, a little messy.
This project will, hopefully, start me on the road to having a lot more organisation in my shed. Hopefully that, in turn, will free up more time for me to get out bush.
In addition, I have learnt a HEAP of new woodcrafting skills.This is something I haven't really tried much before and usually with average results.
I'll try and get some pics tomorrow but, in a nutshell, the table is 600mm wide, 1200mm long and just on a metre high. It has a tablesaw, a jig saw and a router in the top , as well as a vacuum cleaner with a homemade tornado collector (I think that is what it's called).
I have made a tablesaw fence which also doubles as a router fence.
Down the road, I plan to add a circular sander and a sanding box.
Anywho, long short is this has been a great chance to learn some new skills.
Cheers
Bloffy
 

Bloffy13

Jon Muir
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Sorry guys, got busy today ripping out a garden bed in order to make Bloffy's Garden Bar and Grill more usable. Like most projects I get into, what should take a day, will probably take a week.
I will try and get the photos tomorrow.
Cheers
Bloffy
 
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