ShopNotes Magazine

Issue 89 Hardware & Supplies Sources

Table Saw Workcenter

Table Saw Workcenter

Much of the hardware you'll need to build the table saw workcenter on page 16 of ShopNotes No. 89 can be found at your local hardware store or home improvement center. But there are a few items you'll need to order to be able to complete the project.

The corner levelers (31217) for the cabinet, spring hinges (28845) for the doors, and 16" Accuride drawer slides (32482) all came from Rockler.

The 5/16" x 2" star knobs (DK-685) for the router table fence as well as the drawer handles (DUH-50) were ordered from Reid Tool.

In order to complete the router table, you'll need a few other items. The phenolic router plate (147) came from Woodhaven. And I picked up the dust collection port (715115) at the Woodsmith Store. A router table dust collection port (35317) is also available from Rockler.

You'll also need a miter gauge track for the router table. The Rousseau (0048) miter gauge track came from Mike's Tools.

To give the top of the workcenter a nice finished edge, you'll need to install some T-molding. I ordered the 1-1/2" black T-molding (#6) from You can find contact information below.

Finish Information: The paint we used was Benjamin Moore Eggshell Aquavelvet 319/3B, Buckland Blue HC-151 and Eggshell Aquavelvet 319/3B Sandy Shores 948. The laminate was WilsonArt D90-60 North Sea.


Reid Supply
Woodsmith Store in Clive
Mike's Tools

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