- 19 Dec 2015
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- Pershore, Worcester
Yeah I'll be putting together a bit of a writeup on it in the tools section here as there isn't much out there for these saws. I've already lready started taking apart a bit further and detailing what I've found.Just had a look at the listing of the table saw you bought and it looks good. I was interested in the Kity 1619 advertised on the forum as it also looks a good un but I already have a 619 in bits and in storage until I build my new workshop. If I decide to upgrade I think I will wait for one with a decent cast iron table so I'd be very interested in your review of the SIP once you've given it a good test.
I'd love to take the credit but it's just a clone of one done by a chap called Drew Fisher. You can buy plans but I just looked at his and worked it out which I'm sure most would also do. Though he does sell lots of plans for those that just want a cutlist.Nice design, I've filed it away under 'fit out'
I have still got several pairs of 550mm runners 10 years on. The problem is they are an unusual size so unless you design them in to a project you will still have them in 10 years as well.When you go and buy some BB drawer slides for your fancy new cabinet, make sure you get the right flippin length. I have a 500 deep cabinet and a nice 550 deep pair of slides to keep for a later project. Dolt.
At least I have the table saw to keep fiddling with and a new extractor to build to keep me honest. Was hoping to finish that drawer today though!
I'm fortunate that I only have the one pair and that that I have plenty of units to make and places I could use them indoors if needed!I have still got several pairs of 550mm runners 10 years on. The problem is they are an unusual size so unless you design them in to a project you will still have them in 10 years as well.