Folding Outfeed Table for Ryobi BT3000 Tablesaw
I recycled an old hollow-core door from our friends Ryan & Tracey after their dogs chewed a hole through it. Once I cut it down and reinforced it, it made a very nice flip-up folding outfeed table for the saw.
I mounted a 3/4″ plywood runner to the bottom of the rear rail using T-Nuts from T-Nuts.com.
I have a sacrificial fence on the stock Ryobi BT3000 rip fence. I had to cut an arc out of the end of it so that it doesn’t collide with the outfeed table when its being folded.
Thanks to the advice from the good folks at BT3central in this thread, I made a few modifications.
I added a support which acts as an adjustable leg and is anchored to the saw rather than the floor. The result is enormously more intelligent and frees up a lot of space on the floor. Also, you can roll the saw wherever you please without worrying about the stand for the outfeed table.
I also rounded over the edge of the outfeed table to ensure that nothing hangs up when moving from the saw to the outfeed table.