Ahhhh. I can finally breathe a little easier as this project is finally done. The project consists of a simple sturdy base for my table saw and future router upgrade. I will be building the router table soon so I wanted to allow enough space for design modifications. I also wanted full dust collector usage for both machines. I incorporated dust collection below for both with 4” PVC and two blast gates. This allows me to open and close the dust collection for either machine I am using. So far the table saw side is working GREAT! Another requirement was to be mobile so I added four 3″ locking casters to the base. When they are in the free movement mode they are absolutely great. The ease of movement this saw has increased tremendously over the stock base. No more curling the saw just to move it. One down side to the transformation is the locking position. All four casters lock at the wheels but not at the swivel. This isn’t an incredible concern but is a bit annoying at times. The difference in cost for dual locking swivel casters was not worth it in my eyes. Sometimes you see projects online that have casters that cost $20 each! Not here. I’m a budget woodworker. I have about $45 invested in the base. If I were to do it all again I would in a heartbeat. The positives definitely outweigh the negatives. Here are three videos of the build if you are interested. Thanks for watching.