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Ryobi Tool Storage/Mitel Saw Stand for Multiple Stationary Tools


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Was going to build storage for my Ryobi treasures (it's an addiction for many of us) but ran across some used storage cabinets at a garage sale. I use the tall one for most of my battery powered tools and the two shorter ones as both storage and rollarounds (put wheels on them) for some of my other stationary tools and the drawers for accessory storage. I also have a portable folding scaffold I use to store many of my stationary tools. I also use the Ryobi Miter Saw Stand for all of my stationary tools - not just my sliding compound miter saw. I ordered additional lockdowns and attached them to bottom of each stationary tool (I had to make a plywood base for some). I put them on my bandsaw, table saw, scroll saw, tile saw, router table, combo sander, oscillating spindle sander, grinder and drill press. Whenever I want to use one I just roll out the miter saw stand and then grab the stationary tool I need and lock it down on the miter saw stand. Everything is very stable, at just the right working height for me and if I have an extended time project (like detail work on scroll saw) I use a bar height shop stool. Everything is out of the way when not in use and I can park my car in the garage or wheel in my fishing canoe on it's trailer when I'm not building something. It all works good for me. Hope it helps some of my fellow DIYs out!

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Ryobi Tool Storage/Mitel Saw Stand for Multiple Stationary Tools

by Xactly
Dec 18, 2019

Was going to build storage for my Ryobi treasures (it's an addiction for many of us) but ran across some used storage cabinets at a garage sale. I use the tall one for most of my battery powered tools and the two shorter ones as both storage and rollarounds (put wheels on them) for some of my other stationary tools and the drawers for accessory storage. I also have a portable folding scaffold I use to store many of my stationary tools. I also use the Ryobi Miter Saw Stand for all of my stationary tools - not just my sliding compound miter saw. I ordered additional lockdowns and attached them to bottom of each stationary tool (I had to make a plywood base for some). I put them on my bandsaw, table saw, scroll saw, tile saw, router table, combo sander, oscillating spindle sander, grinder and drill press. Whenever I want to use one I just roll out the miter saw stand and then grab the stationary tool I need and lock it down on the miter saw stand. Everything is very stable, at just the right working height for me and if I have an extended time project (like detail work on scroll saw) I use a bar height shop stool. Everything is out of the way when not in use and I can park my car in the garage or wheel in my fishing canoe on it's trailer when I'm not building something. It all works good for me. Hope it helps some of my fellow DIYs out!