Since I established a wood shop in my garage that I share with 2
motorcyles and all the other misc. junk that a garage accumulates, I have
been working on small projects, such as decorative boxes etc., but now I
would like to start building storage cabinets for my garage and eventually
Since I am now starting to deal with full sheets of Melimine and plywood,
I could use some advice on handling and cutting these large pieces. I am
in the process of researching putting an outfeed table on the table saw,
which will help somewhat, but does not solve all the issues.
1) What I would really like is a Panel Saw, but they are expensive and
take up a lot of room. However, is this the only option that is open to me?
I saw an ad in the Rockler cataloge for plans for a build your own panel saw
and was wondering if anyone has purchased the kit and built it and what they
thought of it/
2) I would like to attach a infeed table to the saw when needed, does
anyone have any suggestions on how to attach one? I have a Delta cabinet
saw with the Unifence.
Right now when I need help to cut something, I need to ask the neighbor for
help, but this is/will quickly become a bother to them. I have seen
pictures of other people's shops who had large tables built around thier
table saws, which would be nice if we had that much room in our shops.
jdavis (at) divi (dot) com