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  1. Portable Planer Cart

    As I am slowly gathering tools the planer was my most recent addition. This one did not have a stand and even though I am short, it was a little too close to the ground for my use. Years ago when I was still dreaming about woodworking I had downloaded a pdf booklet about ten projects made...
  2. Mobile planer stand...on the cheap

    So…I needed a mobile base for my new planer but had a height restriction (due to it's storage spot). I also wanted to keep it cheap. I found a 1000 lb movers dolly with nice casters for about $15. Had some leftover 3/4 plywood and spent about $6 on 2×4's. Function is perfect for my needs...
  3. Flip top tool stand | Planer / Sander

    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...
  4. Flip Planer Stand

    Limited space+ 90lb "portable" planer =need for stand. Doubles as a small outfeed table for the TS. Made of 3/4 birch ply and stained with clear polyurethane. Thanks to the many other LJ's that have done similar projects and provided me with the inspiration!
  5. Flip Top Planer Stand

    I wanted to store my bench top planer under the infeed wings of my miter saw station so I built this version of another of those "flip top" stands. I laminated 2 pieces of 3/4 plywood for the sides and the top giving it a really "beefy" feel. I used a 1" x 25" fan shaft for the pivot rod and...
  6. Table and Chairs

    I built this table and chairs from red oak I bought from a farmer. It was only air dried but has been fine for 2 years. The chairs came from a plan in Wood magazine but the table is totally my own creation. There is no leaf but it made the construction simpler. The kids have already helped me...
  7. planer stand

    i must have been pretty good this year cuz santa brought me a planer! threw together a very simple but heavy duty stand with full size pull out shelves. used 5" rolling, locking casters so i can roll the table out onto the driveway for planing. originally i had planned for stationary shelves...
  8. Dewalt planer dust collection cabinet

    It's not always convenient to hook a large dust collection unit to all my tools. So, I built this cabinet after looking around on the web. Two drawers with a separating baffle in between make lighter weight emptying. It will require a little more work, as the chip ejection fan on this planer is...
  9. YAFTPS- Yet Another Flip Top Planer Stand

    I finally got around to building my version of the flip top planer stand to hold my Dewalt planer and Ridgid oscilating spindle sander. I took inspiration from a few plans that I saw in various magazines as well as Gizmodyne's posted here on LJ's. It's constructed of birch ply, trimmed in...
  10. Planer Stand

    ShopNotes planer stand. Baltic Birch ply, walnut trim. No finish, yet.
  11. Flip Top Tool Stand

    Hey, guys! Here is version 3 of my Flip Top Tool Stand. the first ones were built pretty directiy off the Shop Notes plans, but I made this one have all the features I thought theirs was missing. Got inspiration from a lot of projects on here as well. It's made from one sheet of 3/4" baltic...
  12. SuperStand: Lathe + Bandsaw + Planer + Router Table + Storage = 2'x4' Floor Space

    A while ago, I figured out that the things I was missing in my shop were: 1. A lathe 2. A planer 3. A router table 4. A bandsaw However, because I share a small 20'x20' garage with two giant cars, I only had a 2'x4' section of floor space left. So I carefully and painstakingly created a...
  13. Planer Stand for DW735

    I scored a DW735 a few years ago, but got tired of lugging it around every time I needed it. It's a bit heavy, so I decided to make a stand for it. I also needed some storage for my oscillating spindle sander, which is lighter and I don't mind moving it as much. I use it on my bench, so it...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey everyone. This is just a FYI. I had been looking for the aforementioned planer stand and was coming up with prices around $160-180. I ended up finding that Grizzly has this stand for $112 shipped (plus tax if applicable). Just a heads up since most every search I did didn't turn up this...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi folks, I've got a question about these specific plans: https://www.woodsmithshop.com/media/pdf/112/112-planerstand.pdf Same plans also found in ShopNotes issue #91. I notice that several LJ members have built this planer stand, for example: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/34204...
  16. Blogs
    Moving the Hand Tools In...Installing A French Cleat System So, I spent all summer building a barn, so I can move all the junk out of my garage, so I can buy a real cabinet saw, jointer, band saw, and drill press and have the room to leave them all reasonably set up so I don't have to do the...
  17. Blogs
    A Loooong Way To Go Today marks a good day to start documenting my garage's change into a work space. My table saw finally arrived. It has been sitting in my dad's machine shop for a few months. While it was there he built a rolling base for it. My dad and I (mostly my dad) spent the day...
  18. Blogs
    Design Concept I've been a woodworker for 25 years, but I've never written about my experiences. Like many of you, I too tired of always digging out my miter saw, lifting it up on my Black & Decker Workmate, using it, only to put it back down on the ground so I could use the work surface for...
  19. Blogs
    Stowable Sliding Rotating Planer Stand Space, or the lack thereof, is always the main concern for the owner of a small shop. I have been trying to figure out what to do with my planer ever since I purchased it. It weighs 92 pounds, so I can't easily store it on a shelf or in a drawer. I also...
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