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Waka

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What do you use to move your machine around the workshop?
 

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Don't know if I qualify, but I have a modified Delta unisaw mobile base on mine. As it weighs 250kg I was getting sick of trying to move it freehand....... :shock:
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Philly":351telvc said:
I have a modified Delta unisaw mobile base on mine. ...... :shock:
Cheers
Philly :D
Where did you get that from from, any web site leads. I've been into delta and can't see anything.

I'm trying to get everyones ideas so I can get next door to make one.

So come on Woodford table saw owners don't be shy, or I won't join your club.
 

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Don't have a Woodford, but use a Delta mobile base.

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Noel

Philly has the delta as well, been searhing high and low for a description but can't seem to come up with the right website. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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I'm sure Philly got his base from Dan Holton..

Luckily I don't have to move mine :twisted: \:D/
 

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Charley,
Correct! Sorry, I sent Waka a PM with the details.
You having fun with yours??
Cheers
Philly :D
 

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It looks like this:


Picture thanks to David Eisan and base is upside down.

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i have a square of plywood with four wheels ,the ones with a brake on .works for me :p
 

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You move your tablesaw about in your workshop -why? *gasp* :shock:

Mine is bolted to the floor.

Dennis
 

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Dennis said "Mine is bolted to the floor."
Does your saw try to get away? :lol:
I just point at mine and say" stay---That's a good boy". :p

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You move your tablesaw about in your workshop -why? *gasp* :shock:

Mine is bolted to the floor.

Dennis
Dennis, you obviously don't have enough equipment for the size of your workshop. Tell your wife you need to buy more tools....

I have a 4 foot sheet metal folder, 3 foot long sheet metal beader ( 2CWT) an axminster thicknesser and a table saw on wheels so that I can move them around to use them. It would help if I wasn't rebuilding a convertible 1949 Morris Minor in the workshop.....

David
 

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"Post subject: For the Rich Woodford Owners"

Waka, do you mean the owners of Woodford? (no smilies)

Just having fun.
 

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Charley":2k9feydm said:
Luckily I don't have to move mine :twisted: \:D/
Dennis":2k9feydm said:
You move your tablesaw about in your workshop -why? *gasp*

Mine is bolted to the floor.
Some of us are not fortunate enough to have such large workshops. All of my machinery s an tables are movable.



Noel":2k9feydm said:
It looks like this:
Noel, thanks for the pic, I'll get a closer look at the front wheel from Philly, first impressions are that making will not be a challenge.

DW":2k9feydm said:
"Post subject: For the Rich Woodford Owners"

Waka, do you mean the owners of Woodford? (no smilies)
DW, What I meant was the lucky guys on the forum that have got one and can afford one.

Thanks for your reponses guys, I'll post some pic's of material/cost and final product when its made.
 

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Hope its not too late-managed to dig out the Delta instructions for my mobile base. It's model no.50-284. We had to extend part of the frame 2 inches to take the 806 as it wider than the unisaw (slightly!)
Base is pretty heavy, so postage will be a killer from the States!
Cheers
Philly :D
 
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