Leveling Table Saw Stand By alama | December 1, 2022 | 18 Leveling Table Saw Stand Don’t forget to like, comment and subscribe for more content! Thanks for watching. Share this... Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Diggit Email Posted in Table Saw
What is the name of those levelers and where could I buy them?
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Curious how that platform has held up over the years? Was the wood strong enough to handle the weight of the saw?
I Love you’re videos!
Had to comment about the slope on your slab,
I am a carpentry student, we just learned in class this week that garage slabs are sloped an 1/8" per foot, away from the house, for drainage 🙂
Your work is brilliant, thanks for sharing!
Cool video. Did you really not have a table saw before that??
One suggestion for future videos is maybe lowering the volume while the tools are running. It’s cool hearing them, but it was a little loud at times.
Why doesn’t this saw come with levelling feet integrated into the base? Seems like an odd decision to me.
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You wouldn’t happen to have the place you got those leveling feet from handy? im having this exact issue with my floors.
Please do not talk when you are cutting…can’t hear a thing!
I have the same problem in my shop….this was a great and yet simple fix. I’m using your idea….
Did you make the levelers or purchase and where if so
Why do you care if your table saw is level to earth? Naturally it must not wobble/rock but why go to the trouble to make it level? I move my TS around the shop, and everywhere it goes, it’s a whole new kind of nowhere-near-level. Critically though, my saw, miter-slot & fence are all *perfectly* adjusted, so cuts come out perfect.
garage floor is sloped as required by building codes 🙂
Great video. How did you make the hockey puck levelers
Great video. I’ll be making one for my saw so I can level it perfectly to my out feed assembly table. Sweet saw by the way.
…or it could be unlevel, because the idiot who built ur garage failed to put enough frame, before pouring the concrete, and lost the slab, as in our case. of course, we bought our place on the lake in a fast, without doing our due diligence, due to time. because property where we were looking tends to not stay on the market but a few days. and of course, no one offered that information up. tho idk if it’d of made any difference. but now, i do a lot w resin, and a level work space is paramount! thanks for the video!
Just a tip for editing, you should reduce the volume of the saws when they run and cut, i had to reduce the volume down to 20% for it to be bearable.
Did the right-hand extension on the table also have adjustable feet?