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Heavy Cape Fleshing Table slider

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Freespirit, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. Material's needed
    for this table I used 3/4 inch form ply plywood cut to 53L X33W FOR TOP
    next I used strip of form ply to make my run way guides screwed these on don't go throw top with screws
    then I have fridge and stove wheel for my table top to ride on free wheeling
  2. next I added 4 caster wheels 2 in the back and to in the front so table can run back and forth smoothly
    that is the original table before modified

    I also screwed some 2inch x 4 inch angle galvanized metal,to stop all the fleshing material falling in the back of the slide top

  3. last picture
    this table goes from side to side freely 8 inches ether way
    made stoppers under table to stop from going futher and put a stove pipe bolt threw the two tables to make it stationary
    this table sure helps on the BACK when your doing the big stuff

    ps if I for got anything will explain
  4. fozziebear

    fozziebear Active Member

    Im just a beginner,fleshed maybe 12 capes, I would have had to flesh 2000 more to come up with that idea!! Thanks that is a great idea!!!
  5. hunterray2002

    hunterray2002 http://www.finandfoto.com

    I use a computer table keyboard slideout . I have the brackets mounted to the under side of my fleshing table. directly infrount of my Benchgrinder. It holds the hides while I flesh. Then I slide it back under when finished. it rides on tracks and has roller wheels as well. This is deffenetly a great idea.