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  1. Ridgid OSS Rolling Stand

    Here is my rolling stand for a Ridgid oscillating spindle sander. The cart has 3 full-extension drawers on heavy duty ball bearing slides. The wheels are Steelex double locking swivel casters in the front, and fixed casters in the rear. It is nice to have a dedicated space for all my sanding...
  2. Bench Top Drill Press Rolling Cart

    This is my "Drill Press Stand" from Shop Notes 38. The plans called for lots of hardwood, i wasn't going to drop that much money on a shop stand when 3/4" project ply would do the job for 1/8 the cost, give or take. You'll notice that my bench top drill press does not have a "foot" or base. it...
  3. Sander Cart

    This rolling sander cart is handy in a small shop. Added locking casters for portability. Joined with Pocket hole screws, wood screws and biscuits for the drawer. Wood was free and some from the scrap bin. Drawer face is laminate flooring.
  4. Small lathe stand

    I haven't use the lathe in a while mostly because I didn't want to move it and everything else around. Found this rolling stand design online from woodcraft and it was a really simple build from scrap plywood (hence the paint) and I snuck a little bit of live edge in the drawer front.
  5. mobile clamp rack

    This mobile clamp rack is more like a mobile project helper as it just holds so much stuff. I'm going to add a 3/4 plywood center section soon that will hold all the smaller and odd shaped clamps, but for now I'm pretty much finished. Might need to upgrade the casters before I put more weight...
  6. Lumber Storage Cart

    I poked around the interwebs for a number of months, mulling the different lumber cart designs found on this website as well as some of the lumber storage solutions built by my favorite Youtube woodworkers. I did not find anything with which I was enthralled enough to hunker down and actually...
  7. Rolling Belt/Disk Sander Cart

    I made this cart to help move my tools around the shop and outside. I got the idea from a posting here on lumberjocks. The cart is made out of 3/4 inch plywood, the "handles" slide into the cart when not in use and have stops so that they can not be pulled out too far. The handles, some of the...
  8. Rolling Work Table / Off Feed with Drawers

    This project has transformed over the months because time is not our friend. It began as a very sturdy table (see last picture) made from salvaged wooden door "drops" (from a commercial dressing room door project) plus the four treated 4×4 legs. (and many long ceramic coated deck screws...
  9. Focus on the Workspace
    Background: I'm building (up) my dust collection system for use with my power tools. I have recently come into a planer and SCMS which both throw a lot of dust. I have had a band saw and have been reasonably happy with my setup, but now it's time to get serious about layout and function...
  10. Blogs
    Construction... Frame is made from 2X4 construction grade pine. All shiplapped, glued, and screwed together. The wheels are locking wheels from Harbor Freight. (if you look close you can see the mistake I made in the upper left hand corner…I decided to just leave it) 1/2" BCX plywood...
  11. Focus on the Workspace
    Been puttin' off the storage and workspace setup but I just completed step two with this wall mounted rack. I debated heavily on the store bought racks for 40$+ but decided I wanted some flexibility. For those of you with block walls, I highly recommend the toggle bolts I used, bought from...
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