I just picked up a copy of Woodworkers Journal's WORKSHOP projects. I
think it is a year old or so (Winter 2004) (Is this a Rockler gig?)
There are some plans in it for a panel saw.
I have limited space, so that is a good reason.
The sheets of solid surfacing material run around 160 pounds..and MUCH
easier to throw around on edge than flat. Accuracy is nice but more
important later in the fabricating process...I can be out as much as a
whole 1/8" either way over 30". Good reason # 2
Have any of you fine folks built this model or one similar to it?
The 'custom' hardware kit for this puppy is 300 smackeroonies..I'll wing
it with aluminum by the pound (Standard extrusions).... after all, I'm
not making watches.
The accuracy comes later on the bench.. before I make all the pieces to
be assebled on the job site. These knees don't carry the heavy chunks
like they used to. (Which is why they're in the shape they're in? I'm
getting a lube-job on the 27th of Jan..needles in the joint
I would appreciate any and all input.
Thanks in advance.
Rob----who doesn't sweat the petty things and doesn't pet the sweaty