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  1. Roy Beers
    April 23, 2022 @ 7:59 PM

    I purchased your plans for the table saw cart. I noticed you had fastened a piece of wood on the bottom shelf in the rear of the cart. Would you provide me with the measurements and the reason you secured that piece of wood. Thank you.


    • thenomadstudio
      May 2, 2022 @ 4:12 PM

      Hello Roy, I guess you are talking about the four plywood pieces I attached on the rear of the frame. That wood piece is only to anchor the castors properly to the frame. You can cut the wood piece to be at least 3 inches bigger on all sides than the castor plate.


  2. Ilan
    July 27, 2022 @ 10:05 PM

    Great design. I built it with some modifications and it came out great. I did come across an issue (which I am wondering how you didn’t run into the same problem) that with this design it is impossible to release the riving knife using the left side release lever without needing to pull out the tablesaw from the cart since the lever is blocked by the frame for the folding bracket AND the bottom of the 3/4″ plywood mounted to the frame. To resolve this, I lowered the 2×2 on the frame by several inches AND used a router to remove about 1/4″ from the bottom of the plywood to make room for the path of the riving knife release lever. Hope this was clear…

    I also strongly recommend adding a router table extension to the other side of the table which maximizes space! I found a great video online which I followed.

    Thanks for the post.


    • thenomadstudio
      August 3, 2022 @ 9:54 AM

      Good point Ilan. I did not have the need to remove my riving knife so far. I prefer keeping them attached for safety reasons. Except when I need to use dado blade. Which is rare for me. Thanks for suggesting a work around to access the release lever. It will be helpful for my viewers. Thanks!


    • Joe
      August 24, 2022 @ 4:46 PM

      Can you share the Router table video you used? Please


  3. Mike
    July 30, 2022 @ 3:00 PM

    Thanks so much for sharing. I finished mine today and I think it’s going to make using my table saw a lot easier.


    • thenomadstudio
      August 3, 2022 @ 9:44 AM

      I am glad to hear Mike!!


  4. Dave G
    January 15, 2023 @ 11:52 PM

    Thank you for sharing your design and instructional video. I just finished my build today and love it. Much appreciation to you.


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