SawStop PCS saw with Bench Dog Pro Max router table

When I bought my SawStop PCS 3hp saw, I immediately got the Bench Dog Pro Max 40-102 router table for it.  Since this piece is smaller than the SawStop extension piece, I also got an extra SawStop cast iron piece to fit with it.  The extra cast iron piece puts the router miter slots beyond the end of the 36″ rails, so I can slide pieces in and out of the miter slots easily.  If you have the 52″ rails, you will need to figure out how you want to fill the empty space that gets made when you remove the extension table.

If you haven’t seen my YouTube video of this, you can view it here. All the rest of the links here are to Amazon, showing you what parts I got.  I have a complete parts list at the bottom of this article.

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Steve’s woodworking introduction

I thought I’d expand my astronomy website and include some of my other hobbies, which I have too many of!  I’ve always been interested in woodworking, but hadn’t really built anything nice until I built a wooden clock from plans in 2011. You can check out my videos of the clocks on Youtube, first my uncompleted clock  and the finished clock.  The clock was fun, and I do plan on making several more of these from the Clayton Boyer plans I  purchased.

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