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Homemade Rotary Tool Stand


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mikesworkshop on mikesworkshop.weebly.com
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade rotary tool stand constructed from scrap materials. Table fabricated from 50 mm x 10 mm aluminum. Base plate is mild steel. A length of square bar underneath the assembly links the base plate and the table. Tapped holes on the link bar allow for the tilting and height adjustment of the table.
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Dec 21, 2013 4:52 AM
Naughtimonki
Nice job.  It is amazing how versitile a tool like this canbe with some imagination.  I like the percision your design offers. I have been sketching up a few designs to mount my dremel rotary cutter onto my lathe so I can cut thin groves and even small cylindrical grinding operations.  With your permission I'll be using a few of your design ideas. Thanks for sharing. Adrian (aka naughtimonki)
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DIY Rotary Tool Stand - comment on how to build a Rotary Tool Stand - 2 comments
Naughtimonki says:
Dec 21, 2013 4:52 AM
Nice job.  It is amazing how versitile a tool like this canbe with some imagination.  I like the percision your design offers. I have been sketching up a few designs to mount my dremel rotary cutter onto my lathe so I can cut thin groves and even small cylindrical grinding operations.  With your permission I'll be using a few of your design ideas. Thanks for sharing. Adrian (aka naughtimonki)

daveward says:
Oct 16, 2013 12:59 PM
This could be very helpful...all I have to do is bring my fingers close to that tool spinning 32,500 rpm.  No problem.

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