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Project by flippyaforeal posted 03-06-2016 06:19 AM 876 views 0 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Needed something, tired of luggin it around and cutting on the floor. Might add a shelf and will make it so I can rack my crosscut sled vertically on the side. It won’t interfere with the top. Will add a couple of wheels as well. Kinda like a WEBER grill. Added a new pic of it started burning and staining it.





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pottz

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#1 posted 03-06-2016 08:08 AM

well flippy your projects are a little crude to say the least but if you’ve got the passion and drive ill be willing to see where you go,just don’t take me no where!.wood working is a passion for those who live and breath it,if you do ill follow.otherwise don’t waste our time.youve come too the right place to learn,grow and be inspired by some of the best woodworkers ive ever seen,dont let us down,just my ramblings.but hey good job and welcome too wood nirvana.lol.

-- sawdust the bigger the pile the bigger my smile-larry,so cal.

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flippyaforeal

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#2 posted 03-06-2016 05:57 PM

Thanks for the lumbersnob type criticism. I guess. I’m new and just starting out in something I have come to enjoy. I came here to get ideas and see what others are doing. Still missing the skills some of the lifers have here. I will evolve, just a matter of time. Bought my first tablesaw a year ago.

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#3 posted 03-06-2016 07:01 PM

You should be fine with that for a while. I have a riser stand for a Bosch JSS, but hated lugging it around. I did the same for my Bosch when I was rehabbing a friends deck. Just be sure to bolt the saw to the stand.

-- Bill, Yo!......in Brooklyn :)

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#4 posted 03-06-2016 07:33 PM

hey flippy sorry the way that came across it was midnight and a little too much wine,did not mean to sound snobbish I had no more than you do when I first started,its not what ya got but what you do with it.your off to a great start and this is the greatest place to learn and grow this passion we all share.i always try too encourage the new guys and share what I can,so I hope you will accept my apologies and a sincere welcome.

-- sawdust the bigger the pile the bigger my smile-larry,so cal.

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#5 posted 03-06-2016 09:00 PM

When you get ready for casters check these out.
They’re $8 apiece but the brake is out standing, easy to get to with your foot.
I know the’re not cheap but the brake is worth it and they roll like butter.
You really only need two of these for the side facing you the back two just need to be 3”.
http://www.lowes.com/pd_604893-255-4120555T___?productId=50392288&pl=1&Ntt=casters

You could add a handle to one side and just have wheels on the other then you don’t need the brake.

-- There's a hundred ways to do anything, alot depends on the tools at hand.

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drewpy

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#6 posted 03-07-2016 04:05 AM

Simple, useful and nicely done. I’m sure it makes a great addition. You will find great ideas and inspiration here at LJ’s. It was nice to see your projects.

-- Drew in Ohio -- "The greatest wealth is health".

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flippyaforeal

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#7 posted 03-07-2016 05:00 PM

Thanks Bill, they look alike! I will get some use out of it for sure!


You should be fine with that for a while. I have a riser stand for a Bosch JSS, but hated lugging it around. I did the same for my Bosch when I was rehabbing a friends deck. Just be sure to bolt the saw to the stand.

- builtinbkyn


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flippyaforeal

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#8 posted 03-07-2016 05:08 PM

pottz, thanks for the clarity. I understand the influence of the sauce. alcohol = keyboardcowboy
Apology accepted, much appreciated. I just need to find more tools and work on my skills. Trying out some dovetails. Ugh.

A bit tight. Wish me luck.

Thanks


hey flippy sorry the way that came across it was midnight and a little too much wine,did not mean to sound snobbish I had no more than you do when I first started,its not what ya got but what you do with it.your off to a great start and this is the greatest place to learn and grow this passion we all share.i always try too encourage the new guys and share what I can,so I hope you will accept my apologies and a sincere welcome.

- pottz


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flippyaforeal

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#9 posted 03-07-2016 05:09 PM

Thanks for the info htl. I will look into them!


When you get ready for casters check these out.
They re $8 apiece but the brake is out standing, easy to get to with your foot.
I know the re not cheap but the brake is worth it and they roll like butter.
You really only need two of these for the side facing you the back two just need to be 3”.
http://www.lowes.com/pd_604893-255-4120555T___?productId=50392288&pl=1&Ntt=casters

You could add a handle to one side and just have wheels on the other then you don t need the brake.

- htl


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flippyaforeal

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#10 posted 03-07-2016 05:20 PM

Thanks drewpy, im trying! Just need to learn.


Simple, useful and nicely done. I m sure it makes a great addition. You will find great ideas and inspiration here at LJ s. It was nice to see your projects.

- drewpy


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flippyaforeal

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#11 posted 03-11-2016 10:34 PM

Still thinking of putting a shelf under it and also slapping some wheels on it.

As planned, It is very functional!

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pottz

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#12 posted 03-11-2016 11:00 PM

thats a nice looking sled you will find very useful especially on a small table saw,good job.

-- sawdust the bigger the pile the bigger my smile-larry,so cal.

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flippyaforeal

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#13 posted 03-12-2016 09:28 AM

Thanks Larry. It’s been pretty handy thus far. Cheers.


thats a nice looking sled you will find very useful especially on a small table saw,good job.

- pottz


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