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  1. #1
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    Started on my PortaBand table

    Picked up some materials and started on my PortaBand table. Got it all welded up.

    Tomorrow ill mount up the braces to hold the PortaBand in place. Then remove it, paint, and add a switch box!!

    Ill post more pics when i finish it tomorrow!!


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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Looks good. Be sure to show us how the saw will be held in place, and whether this will be a permanent mount, or one where you can quickly remove the saw to use as a portable.
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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table




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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Removeable. But i got 2 portabands. Im going to keep the milwaukee in the stand. And use the dewalt mobile.

    This old milwaukee is heavy.

    I can hold the dewalt with 1 hand to do manual cuts.


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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Got it all done!


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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Nicely done. Well thought out.

  8. #8
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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Nice , you will love that setup. You will be amazed how much you use it. With A permanent setup it will always be out and ready. Do you think that 3/4'' all thread rod is heavy enough ???

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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Quote Originally Posted by BD1 View Post
    Nice , you will love that setup. You will be amazed how much you use it. With A permanent setup it will always be out and ready. Do you think that 3/4'' all thread rod is heavy enough ???
    Lol the 3/4 rod was what i had laying around in the shop!! Thx!


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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Nice job. Thanks for posting the pics.
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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    [QUOTE=cr0ck1;8202801]Lol the 3/4 rod was what i had laying around in the shop!! Thx!


    COOL !!! It's nice to see we are on the same page. We all do that . Why cut up a couple of pieces from a full length when you got something bigger that will work.

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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    Cool...looks like a mini welding table.

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    Re: Started on my PortaBand table

    nifty

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