Building the Paulk Workbench, Part 3 | Table Saw Mount

This is Part 3 of my multi-video series showing you how I made my Paulk Workbench! This workbench was designed by Rob Paulk who has a ton of experience with contracting and woodworking, and his design represents his knowledge of both great utility and mobility. The two-part top allows it to fit in a van or a truck, and makes it easy to move around the shop or take on site. It’s also incredibly sturdy! I documented my entire build and I’m excited to bring you this comprehensive, instructional, multi-part video series on how to make it! I hope it helps you as you make your Paulk Workbench or a variation that fits your needs.

Paulk Table Saw Mount

Part 3 of this multi-video series focuses on the mount for my DeWalt DW745 table saw to allow the Paulk Workbench to be an outfeed table. (You can learn more and download the plans on the Ron Paulk Website here:


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Here’s the video on YouTube and feel free to scroll down for some deeeeets!

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3/4” Plywood
1/2” Plywood
1″ Pocket Hole Screws
2″ Deck Screws
Titebond Wood Glue
(2) 1″ x 8′ Galvanized Pipe
“DeWalt Color” Yellow Paint
“DeWalt Color” Black Paint

//////  TOOLS USED

DeWalt DW745 Table Saw:
DeWalt Miter Saw:
4’ Level:
Stanley Powerlock Tape Measure:
Milwaukee 4 1/2” Hole Saw:
Bosch 12v Jigsaw:
Random Orbital Sander:
Sanding Discs:
Bosch Router:
Bosch Colt Router:
1/4” Roundover Router Bit:
Bar Clamps:
18v Bosch Drill/Driver:
12v Bosch Drill/Driver:


Canon 80D:
Canon 10-18mm Wide Lens:
Canon 50mm Lens:
Canon 18-55mm Lens:
Rode Video Mic:
iPhone X:
iPhone Tripod Mount:
Recording to iPhone:
Recording to computer:


Paulk Table Saw Mount

In case you missed my other Paulk Workbench Videos, here they are!