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  • Dremel 1680 Owners: FYI

    Hi Friends,

    Before I decided to make a sandbox for my Dremel 1680, I thought it wise to check with Dremel to see how much weight the 16500 stand (came bundled with my 1680 saw) can safely hold. The technician in the company told me the stand is designed to hold 200 pounds. My guesstimate is that the sandbox will hold about 50 pounds of sand, and the 1680 weighs 45, I think.

    Just so you’ll know that the 16500 stand should be well able to hold the sandbox’s weight safely.

    Ann

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