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 Post subject: DW735 STAND PLANS
PostPosted: Fri Jan 08, 2010 11:04 pm 
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Hi everyone.....been eons since I've last posted. I just added a 735 to the shop and am looking for plans for a stand. :D

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Welcome back, K9!! We missed you!!

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Thanx Larry....I'll try to post the table and chairs I made.....

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Here is one I bought and I love it. I actually use it with my delta planer. It rolls nice and I keep it in the garage and pull it out to plane, roll it back when done.

Now the price here is outrageous. I kept looking for a while and got it for around $70.00 on amazon. Never regretted it! :-D

I am in the final stages of a work bench and I gotta tell you with the price of material and hardware, the rolling stand is a beautiful thing at the $70.00 price if you could find it for that.


http://www.factoryauthorizedoutlet.com/ ... DW7350.asp

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What reelinron said.

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+1 for the dewalt if your going to buys one.


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Thanx everyone I'll post a pic of what I build or buy....... 8)

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Here's what my brother, Chance, uses for his Ridgid planer (it's about the same size as the DeWalt):

http://www.homedepot.com/Tools-Hardware ... ogId=10053

The Mobile Miter Saw Stand handles the weight of the planer and makes it really, really easy to move around. The stand folds down to be like a 2-wheeled cart, with the planer still attached. It's so much easier than him muscling the heavy planer by itself.

It's the same stand that I have my DeWalt Sliding Compound Miter Saw attached to, also. It sure saves my back :wink:

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My son-in-law gave me a surplus office machine stand from his school which is perfect for my DeWalt. Dimensions fit almost exactly, very sturdy, fold-up extensions and lower shelf, plus large locking wheels.

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