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  • WrkWatchr's Mobile BT3000 Cabinet

    WrkWatchr's Mobile BT3000 Cabinet

    Mobile BT3000 Cabinet By Roy Shrove I picked up this BT used out of an ad in the paper. When I got it, I had already been a BT3k'r for about 3 years. I picked up my first BT when the old Builder's Square was morphing into HQ and changing from the Ryobi line to Bosch. I had been looking into "real iron" but decided for the $114 I paid for it (when the BT was selling for around $600) that I could used it while I saved enough money for a "real" saw. Needless to say, I fell in love with the BT. Even though it was an abused floor model, all adjustments were dead-on and have stayed that way for 2+ years. Anyway, I started to collect accessories so that I could put together a wide-table version of the BT. ...
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  • Spruce and Sandeply Another base option

    Spruce and Sandeply Another base option

    Originally Posted by Jim Dwight in the category Mobile BT3000s

    Spruce and Sandeply – Another base option By Jim Dwight (aka JimD)

    The thought behind this base was to create something a bit smaller where the basic structure could be cut from one sheet of 3⁄4 plywood. ...
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  • Pat Greco's BT3000

    Pat Greco's BT3000

    Originally Posted by Pat Greco in the category Mobile BT3000s Although this article does not contain any supporting text or instructions, it's photos give some great direction for adding multiple miter slots and a shop made outfeed table to the BT3000. ...
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  • Maroon & Maple - A Mobile BT3 Cabinet

    Maroon & Maple - A Mobile BT3 Cabinet

    Maroon & Maple – A Mobile BT3 Cabinet By Sam Conder Ever since my first BT3000, I have wanted a large mobile cabinet for it and an accompanying wide table kit. It took me almost seven years, and an upgrade to my BT3100, but I finally got around to constructing my cabinet. This document gives the reader some construction notes to go on, as well as some photos. ...
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  • Jeff Browning's BT3000

    Jeff Browning's BT3000

    Originally Posted by Jeff Browning in the category Mobile BT3000s

    Jeff Browning built this excellent BT3000 rolling cabinet based on the "Little Shop That Could" article in Popular Woodworking. Jeff has added miter slots, a great router fence, a high auxillery fence, and featherboards. Included in this file are several pictures of his design as well as some superb measured drawings.

    Original PDF Document:
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  • Design Considerations for a Wide-Rail BT3K Mobile Cabinet

    Design Considerations for a Wide-Rail BT3K Mobile Cabinet

    Originally Posted by Ray Girling in the category Mobile BT3000s

    Design Considerations for a Wide-Rail BT3K Mobile Cabinet

    Having built my own BT3K wide-rail mobile cabinet, I thought that it might be useful to those who are still at the design stage, to those just thinking about it, or to those just interested in the concept, to read about the process I followed and what core design issues were involved. This may not result in a definitive design for you, but may, at least, focus on the critical elements of the project. I have included drawings and photographs to assist, not all to the same scale, or even to scale at all. ...
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  • BT3100 Compact 4-Wheel Dolly

    BT3100 Compact 4-Wheel Dolly

    Originally Posted by Rick Slaugh in the category Mobile BT3000s

    BT3100 Compact 4-Wheel Dolly By Rick Slaugh (rslaugh) I live in a townhouse with a single car garage (which is an oxymoron because the garage will never house a car) that I share with my wife’s vintage clothing business. Needless to say sawdust and vintage clothing doesn'’t mix very well so my “shop” needs to be portable and move to the driveway when I actually want to use it. I bought the accessory kit for my BT primarily for the 4” casters. I soon learned that the casters are a poor solution for me because of the location underneath a storage cabinet where the saw gets stored. ...
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  • BT3000 Cabinet Modifications

    BT3000 Cabinet Modifications

    BT3000 Cabinet Modifications By Norm Havens I guess I've finally finished most of my BT3K cabinet modifications. I borrowed a number of hints I from elder statesmen on the Ryobi Tool Forum, and added a few innovations of my own. 1. For any BT3K users who haven't already seen it, I previously uploaded a separate page about my version of an Optional Handle for Lifting the BT3K. After installing the new handle, though, I noticed, as others no doubt also have, that when the Ryobi casters are attac...
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  • A Mobile Base For The BT3000

    A Mobile Base For The BT3000

    Mobile Base for the BT3000 by Rod Kirby Overall dimensions: 36” long x 24” wide x 17” high. Top and bottom are 3⁄4” MDF – both have a 3⁄4” x 1⁄4” rubber bumper, stuck on around the edge. Saw is centered on the top. The frame between the MDF has 1-5/8” square “legs”, with 3⁄4” x 1-5/8” rails all around – biscuit jointed. Height was determined after I bought the wheels - 4-1⁄2” High from floor to base (not wheel dia.), all are swivel, locking). This makes the top of the...
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