Still working on my shed shop space and finding a functional home for all the tools. Today I’m sharing this very simple table saw cart I built for my compact table saw.
A DIY tutorial to build a table saw cart. Make a mobile home for a 10″ compact table saw complete with two storage shelves and additional work surface.
If you’ve ever used a table saw on the floor then you know exactly how amazing it feels to finally have proper cart. It’s life changing and so much easier on my knees! Depending on your workspace situation you may be able to accommodate a larger station but for my little shed shop this cart works great.
Table Saw Cart:
- mobile with locking wheels
- storage space for accessories
- additional counter surface
- height matches my workbench when cutting large / long pieces
I built this table saw cart specifically for the Dewalt 10″ compact table saw but you could easily modify to fit your table saw.
- 3 – 2x4x8
- 2 – 2x2x8
- 1 – full sheet ¾” plywood
- wood glue
- 2 ½” pocket hole screws
- 3″ spax wood screws
- 1 ¼” spax wood screws
- 4 – 4” locking wheels
The plans for this cart were made to accommodate my Dewalt table saw. If you are using another brand please double check the size. Specifically you need to measure the space between the rails and be certain the table will fit. As the rails move back and forth to adjust the fence you need to make sure there is enough clearance so you don’t slam into the table. My table saw measures 19 3/4″ between the rails so the table is 19 5/8″ wide.
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