Convert an Existing Porch into Space that can be Used Year Round
Learn how to build a lazy Susan; includes details for a circle-cutting jig for a saber saw and working with edge banding.
by Ron Hazelton on July 19, 2016 in New Product Spotlight
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Not sure why they weren't posted other than the screenshot, but here you go:
Legs - 24/32"/2x4Rails - 6/28"/2x4Toprails - 6/28"/1x4Shelf - 15/44"/2x4
Why isn't there a cut sheet?
Yes would like plans, supply list, etc please
One thing that would make this project into a speed shop, would be to anchor down the saw and take 2 old tape measures and pull out the metal tape and attach the metal tape to the edge of the adjoining tables, with the exact mark where your blade hits set at zero....That way you need a 53 5/8" board you line the board up at that mark on your metal tape and cut...You could take a project list of boards to be cut and buzz right through, without even taking out you pencil.
Hi Ron, Love this project. Do you have a cut list or a copy of the plans shown in step 1 that you could post or send ?
Thanks for the help
very interesting but the videos were too short
This is exactly! what I have been looking for going to use it for my computer workbench the drop down area great for the Pc. Thanks Ron.
Could you tell me when are you going to post the plans and material list to the website? I still waiting.....
When are you going to post the plans and materials. I was waiting long time...