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Greg Luckett

Portablility = flexibility

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About a year ago I decided to make my shop tools as portable as possible. The first thing I did was put wheels on most of the large power tools, then replaced my contractor saw with a Bosch saw that folded up. It is really easy to move about. Of course I got almost all of the attachements too. :)

Today I moved my miter saw off the bench and onto it own folding stand that is easy to move and store.

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Good ideas there. If I ever get back into the shop, one of my tasks is to try and mobilize and condense the tools I have. When I bought my old drill press, it came on a cabinet that is just too big. I'm trying to think of a way to make the drill press fold down into an outfeed table/bench I want to build for my stationary table saw so I can have more assembly room.

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