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    That looks like a rig from hell. Propping it up because the base sags zipties and threaded rod to control the trigger. I KNOW we can do better than that.
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    I'm going to build one pretty soon, But I might make it out of steel. I have what I need for cutting and welding. There is a couple nice looking options for wall mounted by your bench.

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    I definitely want to incorporate a miter slot so I can use some sort of miter gauge and/or jigs. If you find yourself with extra material think of your non welding buddy in NJ. lol
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    Stand for Milwaukee band saw

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    Guys I have one of these Attachment 15913 and really would like to mount it to a small stand, like this Attachment 15914 but are there any others or self made ones that you guys know of? I don't weld but can make pretty much anything in wood. Thanks Pat
    I just completed a stand, still a beginner with wood working but I think I did rather well. Didn't have to modify the band saw at all and it's easily detachable to go back to portable use. If I knew how to post pics I would

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    delete double post
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    I'd love to see them. https://www.workshopaddict.com/forum...-pictures.html gives info on how to post pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by papadan View Post
    I'm going to build one pretty soon, But I might make it out of steel. I have what I need for cutting and welding. There is a couple nice looking options for wall mounted by your bench.
    You ever get around to making yours?
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    We too have thought of making something that would attach to our welding table so we did not have an extra table in the shop. Time has not allowed for it yet.
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