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Grinder on platform with background dropped out

Grinder station

John Brown, Duncan, Okla.
John cut a 3/4 x 18 x 36"MDF back panel for his grinder station, which matches the cleat-mounted cabinets and tool racks throughout his shop. He added a 3/83/4" dado cut 6" from the bottom end. "Into that, I inserted a 12"-wide shelf supported by two triangular gussets," John said. "I glued and screwed it together, then added the hanging cleat at the top and a spacer at the bottom."

Grinder Grand Stand

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p_goins wrote:

I'm always intriqued by the shops of other woodworkers. My shop is the two car portion of a 3 car garage. I really have only one wall. The other three sides are a garage door, open to the 3 car garage, and a walkway to the garage side access door. I'm usually amazed at all the wall space it seems that most woodworkers, other than me, seem to have. All the information is interesting reading but really of little use to those of us that don't have a plethora of walls or wall space.

6/13/2013 04:31:09 PM Report Abuse
don4carpet wrote:

Great idea John! I have a grinder with four legs and it's always in my way.

1/20/2012 12:17:02 PM Report Abuse
Darylmhale wrote:

excellent idea :)

11/27/2011 08:03:47 AM Report Abuse

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