Two plans - A homemade table saw & sander unit with tilting table. And a sturdy angle-iron frame and a laminated hardwood top this motor-driven saw gives you ample capacity for cross cutting and ripping wide boards.
The large table is stationary. A novel device for raising and lowering the saw makes it possible to cut to any desired depth within the limits of the saw blade.
The four legs are cut from angle iron, as are the top rails. The top is built up from ripped strips of maple and black walnut.
This combination workshop unit features an 8 inch saw having a 30 by 36 inch table that tilts 45 degrees. The power tool has a swinging saw mandrel, and a direct drive disk sander. A 1/2 hp motor operates both machines.