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Old 12-14-2009, 10:37 PM
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How do you manage to cut a full 4x8 sheet of mdf on these small portable tables(assuming thats what the majority has)?
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People usually get rough cuts from where you purchase the wood, and then make them perfect at home..
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Or use a circular saw to make rough cuts.
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I built my workbench the same height as my table saw so I just heave the plywood up on the bench and set the fence and push it through......
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I built my little tablesaw into a bigger table

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Yea, you'll want to cut it down before making the final cut...a full sheet is simply unsafe imo, though a surface the size of kingsuv's would make it much better
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help almost always. But some workhorses or something thats just as tall as the table to help hold it for you. I would suggest having someone help you. Or do your rough cuts with a circular saw like stated earlier.


kingsuv...nice table.
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Yea, you'll want to cut it down before making the final cut...a full sheet is simply unsafe imo, though a surface the size of kingsuv's would make it much better
thats the safest way to do it imo as well. circular saw rough cut and table saw final cuts. 60% of the time, it works everytime.
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