I've been a member here long enough, figured it was time to start a project journal. Well I figured I should finally get started on a few shop projects that I have been putting off way to long. So I looked at probably every tablesaw station on the internet and decided to follow the one Laney Shaugnessy did, since we have the same saw. Others took up to much space so the rough dimensions are 80" x 24". So I got off to a good start over the last couple days. I got the top and bottom frames done, skinned with 3/4 ply. I also installed the leveling feet, but forgot to grab a photo. Mid 90 degrees weather melted the brain a bit. I also got the lower dividers cut they just need to be assembled. I have attached some photos. I am trying to use materials that I have on hand.
Some things I learned, I love using my Festools (especially the TS 55) and really dislike pocket holes or there are days that I'm not as smart as the Kreg Jig, but used since this is shop furniture.
Hope you enjoy, and hopefully I can make more progress in the next couple days and update this.
I was faced with the same situation; trying to square up 3.5" x 10" sections. I made extension tables for the jointer. Worked perfectly. You may need to attach a higher auxiliary fence to your 4" fence.