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knappers

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In my wonky wheel thread, there was a request for more pics of my saw table, so here we go...

I bought a Kity 419 from Ebay, but it had no side table, so I made some long side rails from aluminium angle and bolted them to the saw table

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Two pieces of 1" mdf were sandwiched together to make the table extension.

I then decided to set build the trolley to sit it on, and incorporate a chute for dust extraction. (after taking the standard internal chute assembly out of the saw and blocking up all the other holes.

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I then incorporated an Axminster fence into it.

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With an adjustable short fence

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An Incra Magnaloc router insert plate then followed, so I could use my Triton router in the table.


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Which also has threaded inserts in it for attachment and location of my Incra Ultra router fence.

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Here is my rear extension table. It now has runner grooves in it that line up with those on the saw.

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Next came the crosscut sled.

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As the table stands today..
Front view

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Rear view

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I hope that helps...

Si.
 

Benchwayze

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Si,

Looks like a nice, sound piece of work. It's a little on the large side for my shop, but I am making a trolley for my Triton Workcentre right now. I was going to put my router plate under the workcentre, (which is easy enough to remove in one piece) and I need a decent router to leave upside down in the table. So, I am taking it that the Triton big router is a good 'un. My old Elu is due a service. Not sure if it will survive the anaesthetic, during the op! But as said, I would like to leave one permanently under a table.

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That looks very good. Do you just have the original short extrusion fixed to the aluminium angle then?

I have a 419 with the side tables, but I want to replace them with a flip up extension. The fence supporting extrusion part is what is causing me to stumble in the plan at the moment. I don't want to cut the long ones so I can sell it complete in the future, so will have to source a short one- hopefully somebody will buy the ts200 kit and have one going spare. I hadn't thought of doing it how you have, so somehow integrating a hinge into the aluminium angle would work will.
 

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I use an Axminster aftermarket fence. The extruded rail (in fact one and a half) for this is bolted to the front angle rail.

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