|Forum topic by Smitty_Cabinetshop||posted 05-03-2011 04:23 PM||2045 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
05-03-2011 04:23 PM
I’ve got two vintage mitre saws that I use often enough that neither is going to ‘go away’ soon. One I’m keeping under the Roubo bench; the mitre (old Stanley 248?) is now dusty / dirty and oh-so-hard to get out. There’s also a tool cabinet build underway for that space so the saw (saw and mitre) has to find a new home. I’ll hang the saw, but need a place for the mitre.
The second is a Langdon All-Steel and sits on top of the Jointer, with the saw properly hung on a nearby wall. It gets used most, but this isn’t a proper long-term location.
So the request is: Lots of you have these vintage tools. They’re somewhat heavy to pull out of deep cabinets and are dimensionaly awkward… Please share your solution for stowing these tools away’ properly!
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