Make a Table Saw Out Feed Table Part 3

This is part 3 of 3 videos that will show you how to build a folding out feed for your table saw. The design is from a 2009 issue of woodworkers Journal and I really like the sliding dovetail support leg. The table is a perfect addition to my table saw. Once again Note: This is a complete step by step of the build, detailing each step of the construction. Which is intended to assist anyone who is thinking of building an out feed table for their table saw. The original article complete with plan and material list can be found here www.zinio.com Music provided by Julie Neumark www.julieneumark.com http – Website www.ufoww.com – The United Federation of Woodworkers member site http – Follow me on Twitter www.facebook.com – Like Me on Facebook www.cafepress.com – A Simple Design of Ocala “Gear” Store asimpledesignofocalashopt.createaforum.com – Shop Talk Woodworker’s Forum
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theturningshop.blogspot.com plus.google.com www.facebook.comWood turning tips and projects with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with paste wax and mineral oil for a superb finish. Turning a apple on the lathe.
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20 thoughts on “Make a Table Saw Out Feed Table Part 3

  1. Thank’s for the link, i got your message about this video being on here after i suggested to you about making one :) i’ll give your way a go and see which method I prefer.
    Thanks, Chris

  2. The change in camera angles was great – allows newbies (aka me) a little more insight into how you use turning chisels :) Love the vids – keep it up.

  3. The change in camera angles was great – allows newbies (aka me) a little more insight into how you use turning chisels :) Love the vids – keep it up.

  4. I’m sure that working with two cameras is a lot more work, but it makes for a far more interesting video!

    Look forward to each new vid, Carl!

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