Belt sander cart

The wet/dry vacuum that sits on the bottom shelf of this belt sander stand we built sucks up all sawdust and metal filings. The drawer on the side holds a variety of belts so it’s convenient to switch from a woodworking project to replacing a bearing on a shaft. The stand is a nice size for a small shop, and it rolls out of the way. With the electric outlet added, we can plug in the sander, shop vac, and an extension cord. My friend Dan VanMeveren was the fabricator.   

Roger Johnson of Chandler, Minnesota 

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