I finally finished my table saw work station. I've been putting it together a bit at a time for a couple of months. I have a 3650 that I took the leg set off of. I bought the plans for the station from Wood magazine and modified them somewhat. Outside of the fact that it weighs a ton, I love it. I replaced the left wing of the saw with a bench dog cast iron router table. The right side has a homemade table with a Rousseau lift in it. I have four drawers for storage and am planning on putting in a vertical pull out in the vacant space (based on Glen Bradley's design, from SMC forum). The outfeed table is rock solid and really improves my ability to handle sheet goods safely. It is base on the one that Bob D. did. I found the legs for the table on a previous post on the SMC forum. The design is ingenious and they are really stable. I don't have a DC just a shop vac so I bought the Ridgid dust collection system and used that to connect the dust ports between the router table and the table saw. I have one other outlet that I'm going to connect to the shark guard, once I get it. The whole thing is kind of cumbersome but it provides excellent stability and greatly improves my work capacity.
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Table Saw Work Station