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That's my shop burgular alarm system. Scare 'em to death before they get close
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I put mind up in place in the back YARD on the trees with 16p nails..

4 ea. for most of them...the tree didn't say anything so I guess it was ok.
didn't hurt me at all...and the tree will get over it...
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I hope you didn't use metal fasteners on that tree that would be a curse.



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Ideas for locking this type of device in place:
4 eye screws in the edge with a metal rod.
A barrel or surface bolt on the edge.
A piece of 1x2" that would pivot down to act as a lock.

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That's a good idea Mike, I need something that's mobile for my bench planer, that becomes stable when I need it to be.
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Here might be a simple solution. Put a pad lock slot onto it and drop a bolt through that would go to the floor that would also keep it from flipping out of place.

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Or redesign it so the wheels flip down instead of the way it is.

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I used a similar system to the one first illustrated but I angled the raiser block inward so when it was in the down position it was over centre. Attached to the block is a piece of cord coming up to a cleat.When I want to put the machine back on it's wheels it takes no more than pull on the cord and push the machine forward. Putting the block down is equally easy. Just lower the block, put your foot against it and pull back on the machine.

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That is neat as a pocket on a shirt..The wheels with locks are great. I have found that even when locked they will pivot. It might be that I procured the cheapies...
Just a random thought.

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Bob,

You live in ATL...That's great..Your shop is to clean and neat to be functional...How do you find "stuff"?

It is really great...I wish mine was as neat...

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what kind of wheel cabinet you are carving, I am very interested of it.
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