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Thread: Chop saw stand?

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    Default Chop saw stand?

    I just got my new chopsaw today and i want to make a stand for it. I seen on here a realy nice stand that had suports that slide in the sides, i used the search but had no luck... any help or ideas would be great thank you.

    Stephen

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    Hey stephen25,
    Here's one I made for my Porter Cable Dry Cut Saw. It is fully functional, yet compacts into a total space of 2' X 3'. I have to post another reply to get in all the photos.......Denny
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    2nd post....


    Hope this helps you a bit....Denny
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    yorkiepap, Thank you very much...thats the one i was looking for all day.

    Stephen

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    Hey stephen,
    You saw it on Penton's Welding site on the Projects topic board......Denny

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    Default A question for YorkiePap

    Hi ya D,
    Can you tell me the no load RPM's for your dry cut saw?.
    Thats a sweet little rig. I like the wheels and cord winder additions.

    Regards, Rick.

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    yorkiepap, wow thats a great looking stand. i would add a few bolts with wuing nuts to lock the extention in place ( or am i missing some thig ?) but other than that its freaking perfect. well thought out and looks verry helpfull.
    just what i needd another project for my to do list.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    may have to build 1 like that for when I buy my chop-saw in Oct . with my b-day money( also getting a Hobart ac stickmate 235 amp)

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    Chris

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    Default Roller Ext. & Table locking sys.

    Hey stephen25,
    I have attached photos of how to set up your locking system for the extension & table. The entire sys. is made of 1 1/2" & 1 1/4" sq. tube for telescoping the attachments. I drilled 1/2" holes about 2" from the ends, welded 5/16 X18 nuts over the 1/2" holes. Then used 1"L 5/16" bolts with a 2" piece of 3/8" rod welded to the head of the bolt for tightening leverage. Quite simple & effective.

    To SineWave: The Porter Cable Dry Cut Saw is rated at 1300rpm and the Freud Diablo 14" carbide blades I use are rated at 1800rpm. Thanks for the compliments.......

    Denny
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