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Machine Floor Locks Anyone with a machine on wheels— especially a tablesaw or planer— understands the necessity of locking it in place before using it. I use a pair of toggle clamps connected to rods. I position the machine where I want it and lock the toggle clamps down, as shown above. To keep the tool level, threaded rods adjust the clamp height so the wheels barely leave the …

Machine Floor Locks - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker Or a simple long bolt lowering if not needed to move very often

Micro Adjuster Jig - Marking Tips, Jigs and Techniques | WoodArchivist.com

Micro Adjuster Jig - Marking Tips, Jigs and Techniques - Woodwork, Woodworking, Woodworking Tips, Woodworking Techniques

I have seen a few benches that incorporate a way to use and store several pieces of equipment in a smaller area. I designed this particular bench to free up space and yet give me a good work area for what ever project I may be working on. So far I...

Work bench - Woodworking creation by Boone's Woodshedthis is a nice design to incorporate the large tools into a sturdy workbench.

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Ultimate assembly table includes holder for air compressor and also a trash can underneath the saw table to catch the dust.

Machine Floor Locks Anyone with a machine on wheels— especially a tablesaw or planer— understands the necessity of locking it in place before using it. I use a pair of toggle clamps connected to rods. I position the machine where I want it and lock the toggle clamps down, as shown above. To keep the tool level, threaded rods adjust the clamp height so the wheels barely leave the …

Machine Floor Locks - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker Or a simple long bolt lowering if not needed to move very often

There's no such thing as being to safe in your workshop. Here are several ideas to make your shop safer.

There's no such thing as being to safe in your workshop. Here are several ideas to make your shop safer. // there's no such thing as being safe, period.

In a small shop, tool stands on casters allow you to reconfigure the space to work comfortably. But even with locking casters, tools may not seem stable when fixed. For a firmer platform, install swivel casters and a straight-line action clamp at each corner of the tool stand. Simply wheel the tool to where it’s needed and push the clamp handles down to lift the wheels off the ground. Attaching a protective furniture foot pad to the bottom of each clamp provides a no-slip, non-marring…

Good for the kitchen island. Simply wheel the tool to where it’s needed and push the clamp handles down to lift the wheels off the ground. Attaching a protective furniture foot pad to the bottom of each clamp provides a no-slip, non-marring surface.