Slick, Swiveling Sander Stand Woodworking Plan

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Using only a half sheet of 3?4" pine plywood, a few pine scraps, a knob, and a length of 3?4" dowel, you can build this low-profile, easy-turning sander stand. Closed, it saves a few inches of space and gives you unfettered access to your combination sander's disc. Open, it makes the sander's belt easy to reach.

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