That kick-ass transforming shop cart drew a lot of attention two weeks ago. So yesterday Timothy Wilmots, the craftsman who built it, started posting a video series showing you how he builds it from scratch.
Part of the fun of watching it is drooling over his high-end stationary tools. Not all of you have access to a Felder table saw with a slider, but everything he shows you could also be done with a plain-Jane table saw or circular saw, a router, a jigsaw and some patience. (Stay tuned 'til the end to see how that turntable is powered.)
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I can't get over how brilliant the design of this MFSC (Multi Function Shop Cart) is. And Wilmots is selling a comprehensive set of plans for it here.
Also, a question for our European readers: I could've swore table-saw-based dado cutters were illegal in Europe, but Wilmots, who is based in Belgium, is clearly using one in the Felder. What gives?
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