Scrollsaw Stand

Elevate your benchtop scrollsaw to new heights with this sturdy shop-made stand. It provides solid support directly beneath the saw to help minimize vibration.

Scrollsaw Stand

Elevate your benchtop scrollsaw to new heights with this sturdy shop-made stand. It provides solid support directly beneath the saw to help minimize vibration.

We recommend that you elevate the scrollsaw table to a comfortable height, typically at elbow level. So, you may have to adjust the height of the uprights (C) slightly. We dry-clamped our pieces together before drilling the mounting holes to verify a comfortable working height.

For additional strength, drill the mounting holes, and drive the lag screws through the uprights (C) and feet (D) and into the 34 " dowels in the mating pieces.

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Bill of Materials

Bill of MaterialsPartFinished SizeMatl.Qty.TWLA top3/4"12"24"PL1B cross
members1-1/2"3-1/2"18"C2C uprights1-1/2"3-1/2"31-1/2"C2D feet1-1/2"3-1/2"18"C2E support1-1/2"3-1/2"10-3/4"C1Materials Key:  PLplywood, Cchoice of fir or pine 2x4 stock (handpicked from defect-free pieces.)

Supplies:   105/16x5" lag screws, 25/16x6" lag screws, 125/16" flat washers, #8x1-3/4" flathead wood screws, #8x2-1/2" flathead wood screws, 3/4" dowel stock, clear finish.

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