Madkrafter Posted July 30, 2015 Report Share Posted July 30, 2015 My garage space it TIGHT! I had some extra material in my way from another project. When I bought the Melamine (technically Roseburg Duramine), I intentionally overbought because I wanted to build a cabinet under my table saw extension. I actually rebuilt my extension table, adding 6" making it 42". I then built the cabinet with drawers and router space. I added supports under the table that acted as dividers for the router space. I mimicked those dividers in the cabinet below to close off the spaces. I built the cabinet separate from the table with leveler feet so I could raise the cabinet up to the extension table. I added some rigid foam tape to seal the spaces. I put a 4" hose through the back and modified a 90 degree elbow to wrap around the router when it's dropped in The completed cabinet is a great use of space in my tight shop. The cabinet measures 42" wide, 30" deep and 30.25" tall. I added slider trays to the two small drawers which keeps things close-at-hand (table saw stuff on the left and router stuff on the right) as well as a hanger for my fence on the side. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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