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    Finally got around to drilling the concrete and anchoring the grinder stand I built a while back. 3x3 x 3/16" square tubing as the base and 2.5x2.5x3/16" for the inserts. I had baseplates cut to match my grinder, vise and bender. Since i don't use the bender much, I may have to slide it out and turn it 90deg to complete a bend if need be but my soon to be built welding table has provisions for matching 3" tubing
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    Nice job I like the set up might use your idea if some day I get a concrete floor if you dont mind.

    but that will all have to come later after I build an actual shop with some size to it just collecting materials slowly but surley for now

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    Stand looks good man, it should prove to be an asset to your shop.

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    Thanks all. The work area is roughly 550 sq ft. I want to use the space as effectively as possible trying to keep only things in the shop that generate revenue
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    Miller Econotig
    Milwaukee Dry saw
    Evolution Dry saw (for sale)
    Scotchman 350 cold saw
    7x12 bandsaw
    1910 ATW 14 x 72 lathe
    fridge full of adult beverages
    Sirius radio

    www.snpequipment.com
    callouses and burns a plenty

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