Infeed table

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mgsjr2009@yahoo.com added on 1/9/2016

I need more room in front of the blade of my Dewalt table saw to crosscut wider pieces. I made a rolling infeed table with miter tracks on both sides. This allows use of my wide sliding crosscut sled. I used a track from Rockler.

Directions

Follow the steps below to complete this project.

1

Measure

Be sure to allow for the space between any legs, supports, etc so the table can roll very close to the saw. Also, don't make it too deep to allow pushing your cut past the blade.

2

Height

Decide on your casters and work backwards to get the height level with your table saw.

3

Dimensions

Mine is 22 wide. 18 deep. 35 high

4

Router

Line up the miter tracks from the saw table and draw them on the top. Use a router to cut the tracks. Cut the Miter track (36") from Rockler in half and screw them into the tracks.

5

sides

Drill pocket holes in the top and bottom of both sides and screw the sides to the top and bottom.

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Materials Required:

Wood Products:

 (1) 3/4" Thick, Half Sheet, Plywood  

Hardware/Supplies:

Parts/Cut List:

(2) Sides, 3/4x 32 3/4x 18  
(2) Top and bottom, 3/4 X 18 X 22  
(1) Center shelf, 3/4 X 20 5/8 X 18  

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