Sunday, March 3, 2013

Slinging the Wingings and Mounting the Routings

Excuse the tragic title to this post but I want to share about the table-saw wings. The wings are cast iron and attach to main body via three bolts. It's precision work and they are heavy. Moreso I've elected to upgrade the right hand wing with the Laguna Router table. The router table upgrade weighs about 40kg. Good thing I have a crane handy which made the task easy. (Aligning the top will be a task for another day.) I'm still deciding what to do with the secondary MDF extension table and the spare iron wing.

Platinum Series Table-saw Router Table Specs 
  • Table size: 19-3/4 in (502mm) x 26-7/8 in (683mm) 
  • T slots: 3/4 in x 4 each (2 in each direction) 
  • Dust port: 2-1/4 in (57mm) 
  • Fence length: 23-1/2 in (597mm)
  •  Router rings: 2 each 1 1/8 in (28.6mm) dia. & 2-3/8 in (60mm) 
  • Fixing holes: 3 side one, 4 other side 
  • Jointer spacers: 0.06 in (1.5mm) thick & 0.03 in (0.75mm) thick 
  • Table pins: 2 locations 0.371 in (9.43mm) dia x 1.5 in (38mm) long 
  • Universal router mounting clamps: 4 each fitting into t slots 
  • Guard: Yes 
  • Weight: 84 lb Shipping weight: 93 lb

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