I made this flip top tool stand to save some space in my one car garage shop. The stand houses my planer and sander. The sander will live on the "upright" most of the time as I use it more often.
I used a full sheet of 3/4 inch plywood for this build and some basic hardware you can buy at any...
Three shop furniture projects:
Hanging shelf for hand power tools made from re-purposed entertainment equipment shelf unit.
Cabinet for slot mortising machine.
Flip top cart for oscillating spindle sander and combination 1 inch belt sander/disk sander.
All built for function not beauty.
Ever since I first came across this design of cart I knew it would be useful in my small shop space. However, after being in a slightly larger shop now I would prefer individual stand for each tool, but this combination works out well as when I am planning boards I don't need the sander or...
Another flip top tool cart. Built of baltic birch, maple and finished with ploy. Still need the orange sander. Stole the idea of the spring loaded barrel bolts from someone here on LJ. Trying to make all my shop furniture close to the same style.
I've seen a video on youtube by a Walt Wager, I believe. He uses large nyloc nuts as the glued-in threads for reusable glue blocks. I like the idea of it but his lathe must be a little different from mine. He uses 1" x 8tpi nylock nuts. My Nova lathe headstock is 1 1/4" x 8tpi and I cannot find...