convert hand saw to table saw

by:Gewinn     2020-06-02
Hello everyone.
You may like me and have a handsaw, but want a table saw as it is more stable and accurate than a handsaw.
This is my own attempt.
I tried to build a table saw without spending a lot of money and as a result I got a very good table and I found the original price of the cheapest table saw 1/5 of the total coast (
Price of saw is not included).
I quickly outlined my thoughts with Google sketches and the results were very good.
The idea is to make a table with slots where I can use the saw and router at the same time.
Still remove them for use as handheld machines.
Note: I am not responsible for any personal injury or material loss and damage that may be caused by my instructions.
Use the tool carefully and pay attention when working/operating the motor/components.
Always use protection tools.
The right tools
The material you need is some common material that I think everyone should have.
You need: handsaw.
The old table you want to throw away. (
Check if they have scrap yards or your neighbors that they don\'t need). Some wood.
Drill/screwdriver puzzle. Bolts Nuts,(
Locking nut works best against vibration of Saw). Wing nuts. Impact nuts.
Some mounting screws.
A ruler and a pen.
Screw bar m10 metal tube.
4*90 degree bracket.
Aluminum L-terminal block rotary switch
But you can use any type, even wood. Grounded plug.
The grounding cable is about 1 m.
I started to measure the center of the table and mark it on the surface of the table.
Measure the hand saw cut surface and determine the slot position and size on the table top.
After finishing, continue to paint it on the table.
Measure the blade on the puzzle, then use the drill bit and drill 4 holes with a hole in each corner of the Mark slot.
The holes should be large enough to allow you to slide the blade of the puzzle without any problems.
Use the hole as the starting position and cut out the slot.
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Measure the saw blade and determine the size of the area required for blade cutting.
Draw a slot on the board you have cut out.
Use the drill bit and drill hole on that slot angle.
When done, use the puzzle and cut it out.
Test it on your handsaw and adjust the slot if needed. (
It is better to cut a smaller slot first and then adjust it, instead of a large slot at the beginning).
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Mark and drill 4 small holes on the saw metal panel.
Drill 1 hole in each corner.
Measure the position of the hole and mark the same position on the board.
Measure the screw head, then use a drill bit as large as the screw head, and drill some cuts where they are marked on the board.
This will help make the screw head stick to the board and will not prevent anything from sliding to the saw blade.
After completion, continue to complete the drilling with a smaller bit of the same size as the screw threaded part.
Test the installation of the screws on the wood panel, and then if everything is OK, connect the handsaw to the panel with the screws and nuts to do the work.
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Use 2 pieces of wood large enough to cover the plank holes/slots and stick them under the table.
Use mounting screws and wood glue.
The mounting screws should be long enough to put the wooden rack on the table, but not to reach out from the table.
Test the board with a table. .
For me, I found that the handsaw was not suitable because the wooden frame prevented the handsaw from being installed on the slot.
Well, I had to remove the rack and cut off where the saw engine should be installed.
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This is a very good result after all. .
I only spent 2-
So far, it has been studied for 3 hours.
I used a bit of wood large enough to support the 90 degree stand because my desk was not thick enough to support it. I pre-
I drilled holes for the stand and then attached it to the wood with the mounting screw.
Once you make sure the stand on the wood (
1 each side)
, Continue to install the threaded rod in the hole of the bracket.
I used the building brackets because they were pre-
Drill holes with mounting holes and holes large enough to make my M10 bar pass smoothly.
Don\'t forget to put the adjustable bracket on the threaded rod and make sure to place 2 wing nuts on the same rod. .
One adjustable bracket before and after each. (
They will fix the nut for the fence later).
The idea is to make the fence adjustable and movable along the rebar bar.
Connect the toothed rod to the bracket with a locking nut. . (
This is a hard part because the locking nut is hard to use).
Do the same for other fence tracks. Update: 2012-10-
27 when I finished the work, I found that it took too much time to slide the fence forward and backward along the track.
A new solution must be found.
After thinking for a few hours. .
I modified the track a little.
I started adding metal tubes to the M10 bar.
The inner diameter of the tube is 10mm, which you can find in any hardware store.
I found that some brackets have a larger inner diameter than metal tubes, thick enough to drill holes.
Drill 2 holes on the stand 90 degrees apart and then use the threaded tap to make them thread.
Use any screw you want as a lock knob. (
I used the old flat feet)
Use another longer screw on another hole as a fence attachment.
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Measure and Mark in the Wood section of the fence track, where you will drill two mounting holes.
I found that using the impact nut was the ideal solution for me.
Drill 2 holes on the wood, then measure again, and drill 2 other holes on the table frame.
Make sure to drill holes in the table frame in the same position as the holes on the fence track Wood.
Once completed, hammer the impact nut on the hole. .
Please remember to use a bit 1 larger than the impact nut size. .
It will make it easier to slip into the hole.
Use the bolts behind the table frame to attach the fence track to the table frame.
Use bolts of almost the same length as between the table frame and fence track. .
We don\'t need any bolts to stick out too much, and we don\'t need to prevent the brackets on the fence track from sliding freely forward or backward.
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It\'s time to install the fence.
First, fix the rail fence to lock the bracket and make sure that the fence mounting screws are perpendicular to the table.
Mark on the fence where the mounting screws are located and drill 2 holes on each side.
Once done, slide the fence over the screws and make sure to fix them with two nuts.
Once from above, once from below. AND VOILA!
The table is ready.
Do some electrical work now :)
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Sorry, it took a long time to update. . lets seeDANGER. . .
Life threatening. . .
I am not responsible for any damage or injury caused to this tutorial and am at my own risk (Picture 1)
First drill two or more holes on one table leg.
They will install a tree board to secure the power outlet and the rotary switch. (Picture 2)
The tree board has a dual function, the first is to be isolated from the metal legs of the table in the case of electrical quickness.
The second one is good and stable. (Picture 3+4)
First install the power outlet on the tree panel and then connect the cable, the yellow/green cable is the ground and should be placed in the middle.
Cut about 10 cm off the cable.
Connect the other side of the cable to the rotary switch. .
Do not switch cable position. . .
Connect to my picture if possible. . . .
Turn off the power socket as shown in the figure. (Picture 5+6)
Install the rotary switch socket on the tree panel under the previous socket.
Then turn off the socket.
Finally connect the ground plug to the end of the cable.
Switch on/off ready to start work.
All ideas and questions are welcome. DANGER. . LIFE THREATING. . .
Risk on its own. . .
I am not responsible for any damage or damage caused by my tutorial, starting with removing all screws that fix the saw handle. Once open. .
Unscrew the switch from the handle, then unscrew the wire. .
Remember the position of the wire.
Connect the wires directly together using the terminal blocks. .
In this case, we bypass the trigger switch and the Saw turns on whenever you connect the saw to the power supply.
I covered the switch hole with a plastic plug. .
But the tape can do the same work and cover the holes.
It may be a good idea to keep the dust out of the interior, so as to eliminate the risk of fire or even being mistakenly charged.
Once the handle is turned off and everything is screwed back into place.
Now connect the circle to the table power outlet and you can turn the saw on and off using the rotary switch.
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