ULTIMATE T-Track Συναρμολόγηση & Τραπέζι Outfeed / Πάγκος εργασίας με Systainer Storage | Πώς να χτίσετε



Σχέδια: Θα σας δείξω πώς να φτιάξετε αυτό το ΑΠΟΛΥΤΟ τραπέζι συναρμολόγησης / εξόδου τροφοδοσίας και πάγκο εργασίας που διαθέτει επάνω μέρος t-track και χώρο αποθήκευσης Systainer. Διαθέτει πολλά άλλα χαρακτηριστικά, όπως καρούλι σωλήνα αέρα, οργανωτές βιδών και πολλά, πολλά άλλα.  Υλικά που χρειάζονται για το ULTIMATE T-Track Assembly & Outfeed Table(5) φύλλο 4′ x 8′ ¾” Purebond κόντρα πλακέ: (1) 4′ x 8′ φύλλο ½” Purebond κόντρα πλακέ: (1) 4′ x 8′ φύλλο ¼” Purebond κόντρα πλακέ: (3) 1′ x 2′ x 6′ σκληρό ξύλο (για επένδυση) : Local Home Center (1 γαλόνι) Ξύλο Κόλλα: (~200) 1″ Brad Nails: (1 lb) 1 ¼” Βίδες: (~200) 1 ¼” βίδες τσέπης: (4) 4 ft. Universal T-Track: (3) 3 ft. Universal T- Τραγούδι: (12) Κιτ διασταύρωσης T-Track: (7) Διαφάνειες συρταριών 20″ (για συρτάρια): (9) Διαφάνειες συρταριών 14″ (για δίσκους Systainer): (1) Κιτ τροχών πάγκου εργασίας: (1) Πάγκος εργασίας γρήγορης αποδέσμευσης Πλάκες Caster: (2) Επίπεδος ανύψωσης βαρέως τύπου: (1) 50′ x 3/8” Υβριδικός σωλήνας αέρα και καρούλι: (2) Stack-On DCY-10 Deep Cup Parts Storage Organizer: ► Εργαλεία που χρησιμοποιούνται στο ULTIMATE T -Συναρμολόγηση τροχιάς & τροφοδοσίας τραπεζιού Rockler Universal Drawer Slide Jig : SawStop PCS 1.75-HP Professional Cabinet Saw : Festool Kapex Miter Saw : Festool OF-1400 Router : Mirka Deros Sander : Drill : Παράλληλοι σφιγκτήρες : ¾” Straight Bit : Fuji Q3 HVLP Sprayer : Self Centering Drill Bit
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  1. Drawer runners are best fitted BEFORE cabinet assembly but if not viable, put the cabinet on its side and mark out the runner positions, square them up and screw them into position.

  2. So you have a channel to make expensive custom shop furniture that few can afford unless they have a Youtube channel and sponsers to show their product off while they make expensive shop furniture. Not a real world shop, just an over the top glam shop that makes nothing!

  3. The design calls for 3/4" plywood, which is not exactly 3/4" (at least here in Canada). You'll have to trim the excess of the systainer cabinet back (Sys Cab Back Plywood) and cut down the center cabinet divider if you want an actual fit. @craftedworkshop Great design though, it will be a beautiful addition to my shop 🙂

  4. Wow, so much craftsmanship and I very much appreciate the attention to small details to help out other fellow woodworkers. Thank you for the great video and looking forward to making my own versatile work bench.

    You rock man, keep up the great work. Will be Tuning in to more videos soon, you added a subscriber with me!

    Sometimes referring to YouTube can incur overly complicated builds and I haven’t even budgeted a build like this, however anybody that is a garage guy, weekend warrior part time wood worker or builder can benefit from such a unique and beautiful table.

    -Jeff

  5. Hey, Johnny. I've been coming back to this video for a couple years. I'm now planning my table and was curious if you think the cost benefit is there for T-Tracking the whole top? I was thinking about just doing the half that's furthest from the saw blade. Thanks again for all the great content!

  6. Basically went on a binge watching all your videos. I've been debating on a laminated workbench top like this or a torsion box to try and make sure it stays flat. Since you've had this for awhile now, how has it held up??

  7. Great video and build! I just followed your plans to build it myself and it turned out great with the exception of the t-track slots that I kind of butchered.

    Also fyi, I tried your suggestion about using blocks and lag screws so I could put the systainer cabinets right at the bottom, but that held up for all of 10 minutes so I had to revert back to the way you did it in the video.

  8. Pre-drill the holes in the T-track at the drill press to avoid the anxiety of getting off-center if you don't have a self-centering bit.

  9. Realize this is an older video however I purchased these plans and finished this build. For the most part followed the plans and this video. I've held off on installing all of the 14" sliding systainer trays as I don't have enough to currently fill the space and want to leave myself some flexibility. Also want to say that the plans were well written and put together. As some have mentioned, do put together a shopping list before you embark on this project. It can get expensive if you use all the hardware that he shows although it’s not all necessary.

  10. Great table.
    I like the dust collection on the table saw. It that a home made hood over the blade? The adapter to 4" hose looks nice, is it something you made or bought?

  11. Hi Johnny, just discovered your channel, some great stuff. For your outfeed table, you didnt discuss what you did to the side that actually faces the saw. From one angle it appears there is a shelf there but not sure. Thanks

  12. OK, don't buy anything from this guy cause I just got ripped off. What a fucking joke. Went to his site, paid via PayPal and never got shit. Well, except for fucked cause I didn't get any plans.

  13. Hey Johnny, love the table. I’d like to implement some aspects into the outfeed/assembly table I’m about to build, most specifically the t-track set up. My question for you, having this table for a couple years now, do the tracks ever make assembly less than ideal? Do you ever wish the table was just fully flat rather than having the gaps caused by the t track?

  14. Hey Johnny. Great table. Looking at building it with a few mods. Tell me, now that you've had it for 2 years+, is there anything you would have changed or done differently?