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Table Saw Modification – Router Table Enclosure: Part 2 – Laminate

This is a continuation of Table Saw Modification – Router Table Enclosure: Part 1 – Carcase.   A while back I converted my side extension table into a router table.  Although not strictly necessary, I am going to enclose the router and add dust collection, while also creating much-needed storage and enclosing the electrical. So …

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Table Saw Modification – Router Table Enclosure: Part 1 – Carcase

A while back I converted my side extension table into a router table.  Although not strictly necessary, I am going to enclose the router and add dust collection, while also creating much-needed storage and enclosing the electrical. So you can see what I have in mind, here’s a sneak peek of the finished enclosure. Preparing …

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Table Saw Enhancement – Converting Extension Table Into Router Table.

This is a continuation of my other table saw enhancements, Attaching a Sliding Crosscut Table Without Cutting Down the Rails and Attaching an Extra Cast-Iron Extension Wing. The additional cast iron wing that I attached to my table saw moved the wooden extension table another 10″ past the end of my rails. This allows me …

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Table Saw Enhancement – Attaching Extra Cast-Iron Extension Wing.

This is a continuation of Table Saw Enhancement – Attaching Sliding Crosscut Table Without Cutting Down the Rails. Now that I’d removed my existing router table, I needed to relocate it to the right edge of my table saw. Since I use a miter slot on my router table and I wanted to avoid cutting …

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Table Saw Enhancement – Attaching Sliding Crosscut Table Without Cutting Down the Rails.

My table saw is fairly decked out and I’ve made some modifications to it in the past but some of them weren’t working that well for me. My saw is a SawStop Industrial Cabinet Saw 3 HP single-phase, 230 VAC machine (ICS31230) with a 52″ fence system and the sliding crosscut table.  As an experiment, …

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