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Blog entry by tmiller posted 1897 days ago 839 reads 0 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I believe a tip I submitted is in this months issue of Workbench magazine. I was told it was going to be in the May/June issue. Can anyone verify this for me. Believe it or not I have let my subscription lapse.

It was a tip for putting wheels on a table saw (or other shop equipment). It should say something like thanks to “submitted by Todd Miller from Scottsdale, AZ”. I think that is what they write by the tip. These tips are usually near the back of the magazine.

-- tmwsigns.com



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a1Jim

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#1 posted 1897 days ago

Hey this is great news Todd
Out of the 8 magizines I take this is not one of them. sorry

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Jim

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#2 posted 1897 days ago

I’m happy to inform you that yes, on page 20 of the new Workbench Magazine you have yourself an article. Congrats!

-- -- Jim - Kokomo, Indiana

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#3 posted 1897 days ago

How do yoiu do it? I’m about to put wheels on my generator :-))

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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tmiller

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#4 posted 1896 days ago

Jim- thanks for confirming.

Top- it isn’t easy to explain but basically you mount 5”-6” wheels on a 2”x6” at a 90 degree angle to your equipment. Then you can tip the equipment and the wheels engage the ground. Hope that helps, but if not you can take a quick look at the mag. the next time you are at the store.

-- tmwsigns.com

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#5 posted 1896 days ago

Thanks for the reply. I don’t recall see Workbench. Most of he others mentioned on here I have seen. That is close to my idea in reverse; let the base flop down further than the Wheels ;-)) Guess it won’t change what I’ll do to the generator.

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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Cory

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#6 posted 1896 days ago

I saw that, Tim, and thought I recognized your name. I should’ve known it was from LJ. Nice job. They actually bought a tip from me a couple of weeks ago. I hope I’m fortunate enough to have it published, too.

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#7 posted 1896 days ago

Congrats!

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#8 posted 1890 days ago

Congratulations :)

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#9 posted 1607 days ago

didn’t see that tip yet, but how does every one like the new format work bench has endorsed. they have completely changed their magazine and i am not sure that i like all the changes. i have been reading workbench for over 30 years. they have even changed their name, this book is more like a DIY type thing than a wood worker magazine. just curious about what others think on this

ElmoSr

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