Table Saw Cover (sourced from an old BBQ cover)

In elementary school we were taught that plains Indians used every part of a buffalo they killed. This project is about applying the same concept to our old BBQ grill cover.  Our grill cover was acquired second hand from my in-laws when we purchased a grill for my wifes birthday. We recently received a newer second hand BBQ cover, so the old cover has been re-purposed into a table saw cover in an effort to waste not. The center part of the cover is already being used as material for another project. I realized that the sides of the cover which I had already cut off could be combined into the perfect table saw cover.

Old Webber Grill Cover

The cloth for this project was sourced from an old BBQ cover.

table saw cover

Table saw cover designed to protect my table saw from sun damage while sitting next to the window in my shop.

Say what you like, but a sewing machine is a power tool...Proof that I stitched the cover together myself (with close guidance from my wife of course).


About Ryan

Ryan is currently a National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratory. His research area includes Prognostic Health Management of Electronics. For more information please visit:
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