Wednesday, December 29, 2010

DIY Plywood Cutting Table

I completed my video on my Plywood Cutting Table! I think I am getting a little better at making videos too. They are getting more precise and to the point with less rambling and less "uhhh....." "and uh..." in it. Also, I think I ended up with a much better quality picture in the video since I rendered it to different specs.

I hope everyone enjoy's the video and feel free to comment and ask questions if you have one!

4 comments:

Mrs. Tucker said...

In one of the videos, you said you'd post how to make a table for a mitre saw that goes over the sawhorses. Are you still going to do this? Pretty please...

Trip said...

Mrs. Tucker-
I will be happy too. The reason I haven't is because I built a mobile miter saw station that I have in my shop in place of my miter saw stand that sets on my sawhorses. A miter saw is something that gets used often as is sawhorses, so I don't want to be switching back and forth from the two again and again. I will more than likeley post oa video of both of them.

woodworkinwo said...

I was looking around your site after reading this comment and didn't find the video/write up on the mobile miter saw station. This is something I'd really be interested in. Love your videos!

Loyd Cook said...

Excellent video. I built a plywood cutting table based largely on your most excellent design. In the process, built a Sketchup Model of the table, and the sawhorses used to support it.

Thanks for the nice design. Simple, straightforward, direct. I like it. Used 13/32" plywood, very rigid and light.

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model.html?id=u31dae278-e167-48b9-9a0e-40964ad51f0b