Elite Table Builds

Aliexpress will definitely be cheaper than McMaster. Have to wait for it though.

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I have used these guys for extrusion. They are reasonable and will cut and drill lengths. https://www.tnutz.com

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Is there a link to the build plans for this?

Yes! And the 4th axis is flush with the spoil board. That’s a fine table, totally going to study that to prepare my own. Excellent!

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Yeah, that was the idea, I mounted the 4th axis low enough that the centerline is in even with the top of the spoil board. That gives me a 4th axis capacity of a little less than 12" diagonal across a blank, but by the time you round off the corners that becomes about an 8" diameter cylinder.

It cost me about 6" of table capacity, but really 42" x 48" is plenty for my needs.

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Did you manage to get all the plugs and wires through the 1” iron pipe? I planned to do that so I could place the Masso on the fixed cabinet section along with the power supply. But with the extension wires in hand I don’t think I can cram them all through the pipe

I’m going to do the same thing, and another 2" for vertical tenons, and another few inches for setting tools, because 36" x 48" is plenty for me… hhmmm, maybe the tools could go beside the tenon gap… I’ll be back…

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New update. Have had my Onefinity for a week. All set up and ready for my first project
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Started my Table Build for my Elite Journeyman this weekend.

My innate nature is to build Brick Shit Houses, so why not use 2x6’s… right! This is the base structure, I set the front legs back 8" to allow the piggies some room when working close to the machine. My current Woodworker the legs were straight off the front and I’d catch a toe here and there. I really liked Ed’s Elite Table Builds - #156 by Etienne145 build, I unfortunately do not have a ton of 2" Oak laying around like he did so dimensional lumber had to Get’er Done! I think my favorite part of his build was the 2 main rails under each rail idea, The middle of the table only has gravity and what your carving so a few supports should way over do it.

In the front right corner I’ve laid out a 10" x 22" space that will be a removable wasteboard so if I ever get the itch to do joinery I’ll be ready for it.

Other than that, the top will be a sheet of 3/4 Plywood then a 3/4" wasteboard utilizing Morgan’s wasteboard design. I’m kind of over the T-Tracks and I really like the combination of Dog Holes and Track slots so figured I’d give it a shot.

I’ll post more pictures as I got along but thought I’d share the foundation/start of the build.

-Alex



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