Sander stand

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Project by kev posted 2392 days ago 1558 views 2 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Maple, Ash stand

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#1 posted 2392 days ago

I like the heavy duty stand for your sanders. I have a 6×48 belt sander and a 1×40 belt/8” disc also. I think that these sanders along with a band saw and the possibilities are endless. Nice job. I noticed that you haven’t posted your shop. I took the liberty in these pictures to check it out. Very nice, kinda reminds me of my shop.

-- bobdurnell, Santa Ana California.

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#2 posted 2392 days ago

Very well put together stand, Kev.

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#3 posted 2392 days ago

Kev -

Very well done. This is the type of project that always gets me thinking “how can I apply that to my shop”. Thanks for sharing.


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#4 posted 2392 days ago

Very nice. I’ve made a couple and they have straight legs and they’re plywood. Yours is better. I loke the double barreled stove.

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Jiri Parkman

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#5 posted 2392 days ago

Perfect stand. Enyoy it.

-- Jiri

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#6 posted 2390 days ago

Got myself a Hitachi SB10Y combination 4×36” belt and 8 ” disk. Built like a tank.

I bought a five-drawer tool chest base that Sears had for clearance. Put a 3/4 ply top on it and then put two 2×6’s across the long part of the top. Put my 10” Drill Press on one end and the Makita on the other.

Now I have a place for the drill press stugg and room for other stuff, also.

-- Bob from Northwest Florida

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#7 posted 2348 days ago

Nice stand, it looks sturdy.

-- --Chuck

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Callum Kendall

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#8 posted 2292 days ago

Nice stand, Great work

thanks for the post


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