DIY Table Saw Stand With folding Outfeed Table- Anika's DIY Life
DIY Table Saw Stand With folding Outfeed Table- Anika's DIY Life
A DIY Folding Table Saw Stand with a folding outfeed table is the perfect addition to a small workshop. This rolling table saw stand can be easily set up.
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Folding table leg brackets – https://www.rockler.com/posi-lock-folding-leg-bracket?sid=AFY03
Dropdown casters – https://www.rockler.com/rockler-workbench-caster-kit-4-pack?sid=AFY03
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Kreg Multimark tool – https://amzn.to/2F8imu5
Kreg Jig – https://amzn.to/2MIeXIJ
Circular saw – https://amzn.to/2NVqYq5
Kreg Rip cut (optional but recommended) – https://amzn.to/2WIsk0b
Kreg Face clamp – https://amzn.to/33aJG5f
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Miter Saw – https://amzn.to/2X5oA8h
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More details on how to use a kregjig – https://youtu.be/2d5oWHH3nZY
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Oooh girrrrllll yesss
Bought the plans and I’m in the middle of making this right now! So far so good 👍🏻
Thank you for this video! I was looking to do something similar for my 10" Craftsman table saw! Great design and portability. I will give it a shot but if it ends up half nice as yours I will be happy!
What if instead of removing the levelers to fold the legs, what if you just screw them all the way in? Love the concept.
Sorry but those legs off the outfeed will not pass a kick test. Maybe add some crossbraces, and a stretcher or two. I feel like if you accidentally kick it it’s done.
Io sono scritto al tua canale perché me piace il tua lavoro bella e semplice grazie
Thanks for the video. I will likely build something similar in the coming months.
What a great table
Great Stand. Thank you!!
Excited to make this at some point, my single car garage is also my workspace, not sure why my wife things my garage is for her car all the time… but since that is the case I don’t have room for large outfeed tables.
Mixed feelings about extending the out feed legs to the ground. I don’t like adding the stabilizing feet. And I’ve seen some designs that put diagonal supports from the hinge side to the out feed table. BUT I like that this broadens the base of support from the out feed table, especially with the length you have designed here.
I also like the idea of the flip-up side supports for crosscutting, but realize that reduced the functionality of the extendable fence.
Holy crap that’s simple AND uses pocket screws! My two favorites.
Thanks I really think I’m gonna try it!
I think it is an excellent design for people who have a garage packed with furniture from children returning home during COVID and must work outside! However, Anika apologizes that the build evolved as she built it over time and her video does not demonstrate the table saw stand she actually finished with. My question is Anika, why wouldn’t you reshoot the entire build and make a consistent video for your followers? Are the people who sign up on your channel worth it? I guess not. Also, the point of the extension is to hold longer pieces for ripping. I noticed you demonstrated (without power) its capability with a 12 inch piece of wood! Very unsatisfying video despite an original design!
Nicely designed and built, thanks for sharing. 🙂
Very nice, I work on my back patio and this design may be the one I go with for my outside workshop. Thanks for putting this out for viewing 🙂
Actually, you could have fit the levels if you have the legs turned diagonally so that the "foot" end of each leg points in more toward the center. (Short version: The hypotenuse is longer than the side.)
cool build thanks for sharing
Love it, not sure why the flip up outfeed table isn’t more popular as I felt it absolutely necessary like you but couldn’t find good examples of others incorporating it until I came across yours. Love your detailed project notes as well. Thanks for great vid
Very nice. I’m starting the build for my rolling table saw stand with storage.
Genius..I have no room for tables or stands so I always fight with myself when I have to use my table saw. I need to build something like this.
POR QUE TENDRIA QUE PAGARTE POR ALGO QUE TU HACES CON HERRAMIENTAS QUE TIENE Y DE PASO TE TENGO QUE PAGAR POR ALGO QUE YO MISMO ME PUEDO HACE JAJAJAJA ME DAS RISA.
Good design. I got some tips from the video (adjustable foot levelers and drop down casters). I have different design to suit my needs, though. Thanks a lot.
We’re is the link sorry 😎
This is great. Can you post the video and sketch for a miter station too. Thanks.
Hi Anika! I was search for work bench ideas when I came upon you. I’ve been on youtube for the past 3 months, (due to health reasons I have been confined to bed and Youtube has helped to pass the time) and this is the first time watch one of your video. Great job!
Good job. 👍🙏👍
I’m sorry to say I gave this vid a thumbs down. Why? It seams to be well done. But first of all the thing you build is not the thing shown in the end, as you say, and you can get the Plans on a website. A website I cannot customize the used cookies, and so full with ads, I cannot get what I came for in the first place…. Good project – little use to anyone else…
Nicely done! What table saw did you use? Didn’t see that mentioned in the description.
Good idea and a nice job ! 👍 👌
THIS IS A GREAT BUILD! I would add flip out tables on the side to so it could help with larger wood!
Good idea and well done, Anika! But wouldn’t it make more sense to attach the table on one side instead of behind the saw? Usually I stand in front of the machine and this way I can use the additional space only when cutting boards lenghtwise… Or you just turn the saw by 90 degrees 🙂
While I like the design "over all" WHAT I do not like is how far back that saw actually sits!! Personally I wouldn’t want a saw that sits that far back and as I am a man, I don’t want to have to "lean over the saw" while I am using it!! I am certain it is harder for somebody as short as you are!!!!
Another thing I would have added to your design too would have been a folding "panel shelf" to the side of it!! Like your saw I own a small contractors saw, mainly because I don’t have a lot of room to store my saw when not in use!! BUT it is frustrating for me because I am used to working with larger saws, and I miss having a "table top" large enough to cut a "panel" on it!! By making it (your stand) have a fold out area to support larger sheet goods to the SIDE of the saw, you’d be able to make furniture items that require a wider table top!!
Like I say I DO like your design ideas, but I do see room to improve upon it as well!!
EXCELLENT build exactly what I was looking for and much cheaper using Studds wood rather than plywood nowaday, thank you so much, building it this week end
Good strong build.
What does everyone think of using MDF for the outfeed table? I’m pretty new into woodworking and I will be purchasing your plans and I’m in love with MDF for certain types of projects like this. But I want to know what experts think of it….
Great solution. I’m going to copy.
You are a genius <3
What are the steel screw in inserts that hold the levelers?
Very cool I watch all your videos
My friends daughters name is Anika 😎. Great design and concept. I made something very similar with circular saw on top and planer on bottom. I used door hinges for folding.
Why not make the depth of the holes deeper for the furniture levelers so you can just run them all the way into the post? Then you don’t have to take them off all the time.
Nice work. Ive been looking for similar ideas and so far this is the closest to what I need.