I bought a Wolfcraft Table from Amazon and because a blade guide wasn't available I built an arm with bearings to attach to the Wolfcraft Table.  The parts used to make the arm were salvaged from an old steel bed-frame and the bearings were taken from roller boot wheels.  The current version doesn't have a safety power off switch but otherwise it works well and cost £0 (not inc Wolfcraft table at around £25.)
<p>Thank you for the idea and inspiration. I converted an useless accessory into a really useful tool.</p><p>Great.</p>
Hey Mones Agent! That's really made my day, thankyou so much for posting :D <br><br>Those 90 degree plates look sturdy and I take it that the bearing head is height adjustable (looking at the bolt on the back of the bearings) <br><br>It's especially pleasing to see the actual photos and to know that somebody else (wherever in the world you may be) has built their own :D<br><br>Happy shaping comrade, and thankyou again!<br><br>Kind regards, Brett from the UK.
<p>Hello there Brett.</p><p>You are right about the bearing head. Initially I made it fixed, but then i realized that with a little more work I could make it adjustable depending on the sheet thickness.</p><p>Thanks again for the idea and best regards from Spain.</p>
Well done! The cat door is a nice touch. I especially like the folding work tables.
Good work!

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