Ed’s Tablesaw Outfeed/Assembly Table
By Ed Keogh from Norwood,MA
Added on September 1, 2016
I found inspiration for this table from “The Wood Whisperer.” I made some modifications such as a lot more storage with the use of a shelf for my crosscut sled (finally has a home up from under my workbench). I also put three self-made drawers. I have one large drawer for dedicated saw blade storage. It’s just 1/2″ plywood sides with 3/4″ inner pieces with 1/4″ groves cut into them to receive the blades. I only have 3 blades and a dado set, but I plan on getting more as time progresses. The other two drawers are smaller and I will use them for table saw accessories, such as push sticks, feather boards, etc. The drawer false fronts are made with 3/4” poplar plywood with solid oak wood edge banding.
The legs are just an L-form secured with glue and pocket screws. The stretchers are also glued and screwed into each leg.
The entire table is made from 3/4” poplar plywood, and it measures 48″ sq and is about 36 3/4″ high.
I plan on finishing it with polyurethane.