Some useful stuff for working alone

  • 07 Jan 2012 10:06 PM
    Message # 789553
    Rob,
    I have the same saw you do.  The large table on a SawStop ICS is really a comfort when dealing with sheet goods.   I made an out feed table that helps with long sheet goods.  Also, I have a couple of roller stands that really help support large pieces on the infeed side.  I store them under the extension table to the right of the saw so they don't take up floor space.  It's nice to see real time work being done as a means of instruction.  Thanks again for the instruction, both with hand tools and power tools.  

  • 08 Jan 2012 2:09 AM
    Reply # 789650 on 789553
    ROB COSMAN (Administrator)
    Anonymous wrote:Rob,
    I have the same saw you do.  The large table on a SawStop ICS is really a comfort when dealing with sheet goods.   I made an out feed table that helps with long sheet goods.  Also, I have a couple of roller stands that really help support large pieces on the infeed side.  I store them under the extension table to the right of the saw so they don't take up floor space.  It's nice to see real time work being done as a means of instruction.  Thanks again for the instruction, both with hand tools and power tools.  


    I WAS IN A WOOD CRAFT STORE LATELY AND THEY HAD AN EXTENSION TABLE THAT WAS DESIGNED TO FOLD DOWN WHEN NOT NEEDED.  ALSO IT DID NOT TOUCH THE FLOOR, JUST SUPPORTED FROM THE SAW CABINET.  PRICE WAS GOOD AND IF I HAVE ROOM IN MY LUGGAGE ALLOWANCE THIS NEXT TRIP I WILL PICK ONE UP.  CHEERS

    ROB

     

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