Design & Fabrication of Portable Table Saw For Small Wood Working Project & Workshop

EOI: 10.11242/viva-tech.01.04.193

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Tafsir Ansari, Harsh Bhatt, Gyanendra Bogati, Omkar Chavan, "Design & Fabrication of Portable Table Saw For Small Wood Working Project & Workshop", VIVA-IJRI Volume 1, Issue 4, Article 193, pp. 1-4, 2021. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


In this fabrication of project, we will mainly focusing on problems facing by the many operators is that they have to use larger machine to manufacture a small wood work piece, which consume more electricity and expensive. Which in turn increase the cost of work piece, due to it size less space remain vacant and annually worldwide 30,000 incidents take places injury related mainly include hand and fingers. To overcome all this problem mention above we have discuss and fabricating the portable table saw which can almost solve all the problem mention earlier. As it will be smaller in size so it will not take large space so it can be adjust at many shelves, This project will uses a dc motor of 12 v which consume less electricity which will solve the problem of high electricity consumption. The operators will afford this table saw as it supporting frame will made from wood and will sustain considerable amount of weight and we will make as compact as possible. This machine will increase the productivity as it is easy to operate. This machine is beneficial and will be affordable to all who will perform wood operation. This machine will also reduce the risk factor as it will be much safer if use properly.


Portable Saw, Light Weight, Table Saw, Cost Effective.


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