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Old 02-03-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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temporary mount for my bench grinder


Freed up some space on my bench today...I don't use my grinder all that much so I wanted a temporary set up. When not in use I store it on the bottom of a service cart...I can be up and grinding in under a minute...
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I don't have a picture but I mounted mine on an old wooden bar stool and added a 25 lbs weight to the bottom rung. Works great.

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Piece of 3/4 Advantec with a 2 X 2 cleat on the bottom of it. Set it on A Black and Decker Work Mate. Far more sturdy then what you have in that picture.
Also works for using a skroll saw, planner, small band saw.
I rigged up an old Amour with shelve to store the tools when not in use.
Close the doors and no dust.
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i like the idea of multiple tools with their own base attached ...
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Takes up less room in a small shop. Also easy to take them on site if needed.
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