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First Post! Long time reader and decided to contribute.

I was cleaning my shop last weekend and realized I needed a place to store my band saw so I decided to make this. I had seen plans for this stand on woodsmith. After a few minor modifications I adapted the Woodsmith plans to fit my small bandsaw. I will try to place a small Woodriver oscillating sander on there as well. I don't have it stained or finished yet but this coming weekend I will get that completed. Oh I still need to find some casters for it. Oh yes this is too nice of wood for a shop tool stand but I had the materials on hand and it was good case work practice. First drawer I ever made. etc…etc… Just wanted to share something I made.

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Stained it and placed it on casters. I should have made this a long time ago. So nice being able to roll out my tools. It still needs some poly but I am going to wait until it warms up. Stinks up the place when I have the garage door closed and I don't want to heat the garage all night to let it dry.

I think I am going to build another to place my planer on it. My planer is on a shop fox stand with a mobile base. The base is much bigger then the top so it is annoying getting close to the planer. Plus no storage underneath it.

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Nice Work Great Post…. Thanks for sharing….
 

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Very nice. Looks like the drawers turned out really well. I think this is the nicest looking bandsaw stand I've ever seen!
 

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A very good support for your band saw.
 

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Thanks everyone. Much appreciated. Can't wait to get it finished up. Then on to something else!
 

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Looks really good man!! IMO there is nothing to good for the shop, I spend more time in the shop it seems than my house. Keep up the good work and postings.

Get nice casters, woodcrafts are good, I use them
 

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Welcome to the fold. Well done sir
 

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Lance, Thanks! And good point.
I was just at a Woodcraft last night. They do have nice casters there. Heavy duty.

Thanks MrNorwood!
 
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