To AL R.
I saved a posting you submitted last March on this news group pertaining to
the cabinet for the right side of
your table saw. You did a beautiful job on it and I would like to make one
for my saw too. I just bought a Grizzly G0444Z with the long 70" rails. How
did you construct it, did you make a frame first and attach the melamine
panels to it or did you screw the panels together and then build the
drawers? Is there a plan available I can buy for it?
Thank you for your help and all the best to you and yours.
I started with a Delta contractor saw with a standard extension table w/ legs. It is
fairly standard cabinet construction, much
like a kitchen base cabinet except that there are two "working" sides. The cabinet
is constructed from 3/4" melamine and the doors
and drawer fronts are made of 1/2" melamine. There were no mechanical fasterners
used, just glue and biscuits.
I designed it from scratch and as such, there are no plans for sale. I do have the
drawings that I made in AutoCAD if that would be
of some use to you. If you want, I can convert them to DXF, or perhaps some other
format. If you want them, I will give them to
you. All that I ask is that you do not make commercial use of them.
I hope this helps.
I will see if I can convert it into TIFF or PDF. If your email address is not
correct, post the correct one or remove the DASH from
mine and email me.
If I can't convert the file, I will post pictures on ABPW.
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