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Mobile table saw storage is hard to come by. I built this awesome rolling table saw cart to help me get my table saw in and out of the truck, and around the jobsite, more easily! If you’re looking for better table saw mobility, this build might help.
Dewalt also makes a good rolling table saw cart, though it’s slightly bulkier than mine and wouldn’t quite have worked in this scenario. (For the record, I’ve never been all that crazy about table saw stands on simple folding legs. They can be unstable on many ground surfaces.)
Drill bits (spiral and spade)
3/4″ pine plywood
PL Premium Max Adhesive
1/2″ aluminum rod
1. Make overall measurements of truck and table saw; decide on dimensions
2. Rip top and sidewalls on table saw
3. Cut wheel housing with jigsaw
4. Bore holes for washer hubs
5. Shoot sidewalls onto platform top
6. Measure and cut angled steel
7. Adhere angled steel and washer hubs in place using PL Premium Max
8. Make bracket system for table saw mount by rethicknessing saw mount pieces
9. Rip small bracket pieces and shoot onto platform.
10. Cut broader top pieces and shoot onto bracket.
11. Mount table saw to rethicknessed pieces using carriage bolts
12. Slide mounted saw into brackets
13. Attach gate handles to either end (add ply layer to each end as well for support)
14. Attach eye hooks on either side of wet/dry vac. Strap down with bungee.
15. Trap rip fence in place with small blocks and glue.
16. Test unit out!
If you have any thoughts, questions or opinions about this rolling table saw cart build, let us know in the comments!
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