You probably like me, own a hand saw, but want a table saw, cause it's much stable and accurate then the hand held one.
Well this is my own try.
I tried to build a table saw, without spending allot of money, and I ended up with a pretty nice one, with a total coast of 1/5 of the original price of the cheapest table saw i found (the hand saw price not included).
I used Google sketch to draw a fast overview of what I had in my mind and it turned up very nice.
The idea is to make a table with a slot where I can use both a hand saw and a router. and still remove them and use them as hand held machines.
I'M NOT TO BE HOLD RESPONSIBLE OF ANY KIND OF PERSONAL INJURIES OR MATERIAL LOST AND DAMAGE CAN BE CAUSED BY MY INSTRUCTION.
USE THE TOOLS WITH CAUTION, BE AWARE WHEN WORKING/ MANIPULATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES/COMPONENTS.
USE ALWAYS PROTECTION TOOLS. AND PROPER TOOLS.
Step 1: The Material/Tools Needed
The material you will need is some common material that I think every one should have.
You will need:
Old table that you was thinking to throw away. (check on the scrap yard or your neighborhood if they got one that they don't need).
Drill / screwdrivers
Nuts,(locknut work best as they resist the vibration from the saw).
Some Mounting Screws.
A ruler and a pen.
Threaded rod M10
4 * 90 degrees brackets.
Aluminum L-shape to work as Fence, but you can use any type, even wood.
About 1m of grounded electrical cable.