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Homemade Cutting Table


Cutting Table
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BUILDER:
rimar2000 on instructables.com
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade cutting table utilizing a slot-mounted angle grinder to provide table saw-like capabilities.
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Dec 05, 2016 4:08 PM
Valter
A simple, tempting, cut and forget solution for occasional use. Weren't it for the absence of any safety add-ons (homemade, why not).
Apr 09, 2014 4:47 PM
DIYer
It does seem to be a cheap and useful solution, but as the previous comment says, one needs to be careful with having a cutting edge so close to one's fingers.
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DIY Cutting Table - comment on how to build a Cutting Table - 3 comments
Valter says:
Dec 05, 2016 4:08 PM
A simple, tempting, cut and forget solution for occasional use. Weren't it for the absence of any safety add-ons (homemade, why not).

DIYer says:
Apr 09, 2014 4:47 PM
It does seem to be a cheap and useful solution, but as the previous comment says, one needs to be careful with having a cutting edge so close to one's fingers.

daveward says:
Aug 30, 2013 12:01 PM
Now this is funny.  I sell tools part time and there are a zillion customers wanting to put wood saw blades on grinders because it makes so much sense in accomplishing what they want to do.  It's VERY difficult to do this because the manufacturers don't want to face the liability of making it easy to have those nasty teeth so close to a user's hands.  This builder has a multi-million dollar solution to consumer demand...if he can find a way to keep users safe in all the various ways the "saw" will be used.  Be careful out there!

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