new tablesaw. Assembly pictures. A Grizzly G1023SL. My brother
built the mobile base for it with
4" double locking casters. I made longer rails for it. I have 58"
to the right of the blade and 14" to the left. I wired it into my pneumatic
dust gates as well.
I enlarged the dust port on the cabinet and
hooked up a 5" dust pipe to it. I ordered the Shark
Guard System from LeeWay Workshop for the
I am building the
extension table, and a cabinet under the right side of the tablesaw to
hold blades, throat inserts and miter gauges and other misc stuff.
After I move into the new shop, the
I will build a folding outfeed table inspired by Saws
For accessories I have
the Osborne EB-3 miter gauge and Delta tendon jig. Blades are Freud's and
Old tablesaw: Craftsman
new jointer. Assembly pictures. A Grizzly G0586. We built the mobile base for it with 4"
double locking casters. I am really impressed with how smooth the cuts
are. I wired it into my pneumatic
dust gates as well.
Old Jointer: Craftsman
Grizzly 16" bandsaw, G1071. It weighs 434 pounds! It took all that my
brother and I could do to lift it on to the stand. I built a new stand for
the saw to sit on, and integrated the mobile base into the design. I have
installed casters that lock both the wheels and swivel. Bought
Timberwolf blades and some Cool Block guides and it slices right through
whatever I throw at it. I have added more dust collection to it, and now
have a 3" port on the lower cabinet and a 4" port directly under
the table. I have to move the port under the table to tip the table
though, but most cuts are at 90 degrees. I replaced the stock fence
with the the Grizzly Resaw fence for bandsaws, which was a huge
Craftsman 12 inch compound miter saw on the stand I built for it from the plans in
Popular Woodworking magazine. For a description of the project, go here.
planer, the Delta 22-560. This has been one good planer. I planed hundreds of board feet of White Oak before rotating the
blades! With Delta's dust hood hooked up to the DC no dust comes out
anywhere. This sure makes loads of sawdust!
upgraded planers since moving to MN. This is a Grizzly
20" G1033. You need dust collection when using this monster.
Boy, does that trash can fill up fast. I have kept my little
Delta, it is nice for small work. Here also is the knife sharpener
G2790 for the jointer and planer knives.
radial arm saw. My father bought it sometime in the 60's and gave it to me
in 2000. Some people say that radial arm saws are a waste of space, but I
like having it because it has more crosscut capability than my miter saw, and
you can use a dado blade on it.. I built the cabinet under the saw
to give me more storage space in the shop, and to put some wheels on the
saw. You can see the blade storage area on the left of the cabinet.
Delta BOSS is a good little spindle sander. I have hooked it up to my DC
and with a little suction on the dust port nothing escapes! I wish I had
room for a floor model, but this one works so good the larger table and more
spindles do not justify the extra expense.
bought this as the Craftsman router/router table combo. I wish I had
bought a router and then built the router table. I would have a better
router, and a more versatile table then. As it is, this does about
everything I ask of it. The reason I bought it is that it is mobile. (and I
didn't have time to build one)
have replaced the router with the Bosch 1617 2hp VS fixed based model. I have boxed in the base and now run a 4" dust collector pipe in the back of
the base and from there run a 2 1/2" hose to the fence. That gets
almost all the dust the router table produces.