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  • #16
    Originally posted by Rolf View Post
    Jim did you build that? really well done.
    Rolf, no I keep looking at them and thinking of doing it, but I am lucky my shop is sort of large enough for what I do, especially since I am drifting away from rebuilding Harley engines and repairing the bikes. I'm getting too old to be bent over that stuff anymore, even though I built the shop tables and all for me specifically (I am 6'4") so everything is higher up than normal.

    I actually saw a better one I have bookmarked somewhere, I'll see if I can find the link
    Jim
    Texas - The Republic
    With the exception of hand guns and Tequila, computers have caused more problems than anything else

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    • #17
      Hi Jim - thanks for posting the flip top stand image.

      That is a great idea I could really take advantage of to give me more space in my small workshed. I already have my planer mounted on a mobile angle iron framed cabinet I made and I think it will be pretty easy to modify it to also accommodate my drill press. You just gave me a project to take on for this week!

      Jim in Mexico
      Jim in Mexico

      Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
      - Albert Einstein

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      • #18
        My DH built one of those flip top stands. He put his planer and joiner on it. Will be a bit before I could show photos of it however. If anyone has questions on it, let me know and I can get insight from him.
        Melanie from East TN

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        • #19
          What have you folks done hardware wise to compensate for the weight during the flip over from one piece of equipment to the other? And then what about locking in place? Just curious.
          Linda at www.ArtIngrained.com

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