30 Comments

  1. I’d love to buy the plans and/or the magazine. The web site is useless.
    This is the first time I’ve ever tried to purchase a back issue and found
    a magazine site that lumps several magazines plus books into a random
    search result. Is the magazine still available?

  2. edoct, did you get that cd for 15?. The link you gave says it’ 99.

  3. The solution to many of my problems! Thanks Much! Question. Does the table
    saw sit flush with the work table in the upright position? If so there
    wouldn’t be any space for the fence overhang. Am I missing something?

  4. thanks for the idea, I am a wood, metal, mechanical worker so I have a lot
    of tools to store in very limited space (2 car garage) this will help tons!

  5. does it also fold laundry?

  6. fausto ferreira pinto jr

    As Chris Arndt, I’d love to buy the plans and/or the magazine. The web site
    is useless. This is the first time I’ve ever tried to purchase a back issue
    and found a magazine site that lumps several magazines plus books into a
    random search result. Is the magazine still available?

  7. Hallo
    aus Deutschland
    eine super Werkbank
    die du da gemacht hast.

  8. where can I purchase the AW #170 issue? Any info will be greatly
    appreciated.

  9. all over a good project, but i would optimize the circular saw mount it
    feels unsolid to me.
    i would rather mount it solid fixed under the table. no need to make it
    removable only lower the blade if you dont like it thats it

  10. now that its yrs later, the plans should be available somewhere other than
    an old magazine

  11. Ok cool it worked out, I found a digital version so I’m good as well

  12. Did you pay anything for it? where did you find it?

  13. Let’s continue on hangouts

  14. +Eric Herlitz could you share the link please

  15. this is just what i was looking for. thanks

  16. +Eric Herlitz Did you get the plans?

  17. Where can I get digital (or other) plans for this bench?

  18. Nice

  19. Could you make this thing a little harder to build?

  20. No joke. Plus the table saw part just feels sketchy to me. Good way to lose
    a finger.

  21. nonsense on wheels

  22. I love this concept! I’m considering building it to house my DeWalt 735
    planer and spindle wander. Also, due to the size of my shop and considering
    I have a full size cabinet table saw, I would make the bench at a height to
    also function as my outfeed/assembly table as well. Are plans available for
    this?

  23. It’s made of plywood , absolutely crap,it won’t last two minutes

  24. Raj Hundal (Midnight Maker)

    This is a very nice design for small work spaces and perfect for a
    hobbyist. Some of the flimsy parts can be redesigned and reinforced for
    heavy use. The concept is very nice and useful. Thanks for uploading this
    video.

  25. Neat design. I imagine hard to execute with little carpentry experience.

  26. His shop is too clean.

  27. ….SOMEBODY please tell this guy… there’s no such word as HEIGHTH!!!!!
    it’s height….

    sigh….

  28. so many times i hear people say heighth, i too sigh deeply

  29. I too was looking at the saw, saying to myself “How’s that gonna work with
    the fence installed??” I have a Dewalt contractor’s table saw (DWE945X, I
    think), and the back part of the fence moving back and forth prevents you
    from having a outfeed table perfectly flush… That is, unless you are
    cutting something super wide and have the fence all the way over.

  30. The video is 7 minutes long, so you have already been made a fool of. 🙂

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