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Flip-top Planer/Mortiser Stand

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Project by D11RDozer posted 1191 days ago 4236 views 23 times favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I built this flip-top stand to fit my planer and mortiser. It is based on some photos and plans I had seen online. The mortiser is intended to be mounted to the flip side of the top.





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brianinpa

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#1 posted 1191 days ago

Nice looking stand. Whast wood did you use?

-- Brian, Lebanon PA, If you aren’t having fun doing it, find something else to do.

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jim C

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#2 posted 1191 days ago

Brian,
You took the words right out of my mouth. I love the contrasting woods

-- When I was a boy, I was told "anyone can be President", now I'm beginning to believe it!

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Beginningwoodworker

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#3 posted 1191 days ago

Nice looking stand.

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D11RDozer

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#4 posted 1191 days ago

Red oak plywood finished with Fruitwood Watco Danish Oil. Trim and knobs are cherry finished with Cherry Watco Danish Oil. Topcoated with a couple coats of poly. I really liked the contrast as well. I built the router table first and carried the scheme to this stand.

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Tyler

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#5 posted 1190 days ago

Do you swing the vertical pieces on hinges out to flip the top?

I’ve seen a lot of flip-top carts and this is by far the nicest.

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D11RDozer

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#6 posted 1190 days ago

Yes, the four vertical pieces swing out to allow the top to pivot on a 1” oak dowel.

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Dusty56

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#7 posted 848 days ago

Very nice design…looks great : )

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LukieB

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#8 posted 828 days ago

I like it alot, especially the drawer, might have to add one to mine.

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WillTheEngineer

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#9 posted 796 days ago

Dozer, Did you not mount the mortiser so it would not be upside down? Was this due to the hydro/spring set up on a mortiser?

Thanks

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D11RDozer

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#10 posted 733 days ago

The mortiser is not mounted at all in the photos, it’s just sitting on the lower shelf area. The intention was to mount it to the flip side opposite the planer, just never happened.

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kdc68

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#11 posted 111 days ago

I think this is what I’m looking for…..thanks for sharing

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