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I have a dewalt planer and a while back i saw a home built planer plan that streached out the working area with a drawer slide. It had side pieces that folded out on each side to hold boards and had a leg that slid down to keep the table steady. They used a bag of sand at the bottom to give the table stablity. Can anybody tell me where i can get the plans. I can't find the book they were in.

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Hi Jb

You may want to check out the one below

http://www.routerforums.com/axlmyks-...ner-stand.html

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I have a dewalt planer and a while back i saw a home built planer plan that streached out the working area with a drawer slide. It had side pieces that folded out on each side to hold boards and had a leg that slid down to keep the table steady. They used a bag of sand at the bottom to give the table stablity. Can anybody tell me where i can get the plans. I can't find the book they were in.

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I have a related question that is somewhat different but has to do with the construction of a mobile planer base/cabinet.

Would it be preferred that I start a new thread for that?

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No big deal just post your question

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I have a related question that is somewhat different but has to do with the construction of a mobile planer base/cabinet.

Would it be preferred that I start a new thread for that?

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No big deal just post your question

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Thank you Bob. I decided I did not want to hijack this gentlemen's thread so I started another post in more of a beginner thread.

Thanks anayway....
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JB, I think this is what you are looking for: Portable Planer Stand Woodworking Plan

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