For the casual DIY woodworker, spending thousands of dollars on a massive tablesaw is an unreasonable expense. An average woodworker may use a tablesaw two or three times a year. For a homeowner's weekend woodworking projects, the Hirsh saw table is a wonderful solution. The inexpensive, highly adaptable Hirsh tools provide a bridge so that the average woodworker can create professional-looking results. Having been around for decades, these tables have proven their worth.
Assemble the Hirsh saw table kit according to manufacturer's instructions. Verify that each bolt is tightened securely, and that all parts are used in the assembly process.
Turn over the Hirsh saw table, and set it on a stable work bench. Mount a 7 ¼-inch circular saw to the underside of the Hirsh saw table. The circular-saw blade should spin toward the front edge of the saw table when turned on. The circular-saw blade must also be perfectly parallel to the right and left side of the Hirsh table top.
Anchor the 7 ¼-inch circular saw firmly to the Hirsh saw table top. The saw and saw blade will undergo high amounts of torque when cutting wood. The circular saw must be mounted and secured so as to withstand all forces created during use.
Plug the circular saw into the accessory plug on the Hirsh saw table. Secure the circular saw's "On/Off" switch in the "On" position. The circular saws power will be controlled by the accessory plug and switch on the Hirsh saw table when using the assembled equipment.
Secure the circular saw's cord so that it does not become entangled in the saw's operation. Use electrical or duct tape to secure the cord.
Turn the table over and place on firm, stable and level ground. Plug the Hirsh saw table into a 110V duplex power outlet. The Hirsh saw table is now ready for use.