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    I have been using my CarveWright for several years without many issues. I have been needing to move it up and down to switch between my planer and the CarveWright sharing a workstation. However since I was injured in the Military it is no longer simple to move the two machines. I have a table for the planer. I was wondering what other people have used to put their CarveWright on, preferably a table on wheels with draws for the bits and extendable roller arms for larger pieces of wood. Does anyone know if such a table exists and where I can purchase it?

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    I used the Dewalt 7350 planer stand. Easily rolls around and is stable with the wheel up. I put shelves and drawers underneath. I have used it for some time now.

    Do a search for the Dewalt 7350 Planer Stand or, You can see it here:

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=dewalt+7350+planer+stand&ref=nb_sb_noss


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    That is exactly what my current planer is on. But I didn't think it would work well with the CarveWright because I couldn't figure out how to mount a roller arm to it.

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    This is what I use. Got at Harbor Freight: https://www.harborfreight.com/30-in-...art-56812.html
    George

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    Roll around tool box. I added a platform on top of the tool box. It was the early version for dust collection (down draft for the slot between the drive rollers).
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    This is what I use.
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