Just wondering if anyone's ever heard of using a hospital gurney-type device,
possibly some of the same parts, to transport a table saw. Think of it!
Get up a head of steam, slam - bam, its in your truck. Or out.
I've actually been sketching something like that for a portable workbench.
It will be a box with legs much like the scissors jack that comes with most
cars so I can crank it down and slide it under some shelves on the side of
my garage to make room to pull a car in the garage.
Wed, Jul 14, 2004, 8:23pm email@example.com (ClemsonDave)
Damn, those is neat. Wasn't allowed to see prices tho. Wonder if
they'd give me one or two, if I promised to endorse them. LOL
I've got to check that over closer. I could use one of those, and
then I could use my pner outside. No cleanup. Yay.
We've got a lot of experience of not having any experience.
- Nanny Ogg
I love the 'miter saw utility vehicle' I got for $99 on sale at Home Depot.
Probably could be used for a job site table saw without much additional
work. Mine lives with a DeWalt 12" CMS clamped to it...
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