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  • flyingduck
    started a topic Pattern for a belt sander stand

    Pattern for a belt sander stand

    Does anyone out there have plans on how to make a stand to hold a belt sander so it can be used for scroll saw projects? I would prefer one that has it either laying on it's side or on it's nose so the dust will fall away from the machine. If you can help me please PM me or send plans to [email protected].

    Thanks, and Happy Holidays.

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