DIY Moveable Scroll Saw Stand With Evolution R185ccsx+ Saw #Evolutionpowertools #scrollsawstand

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  • Published on Apr 29, 2019
  • With the acquisition of this Ryobi scroll saw, I had to find somewhere to store it, and whilst I was at it, somewhere to use it. I came up with this idea of a rolling stand, so I could just roll it out to use, and then back in place to store it out the way. I was limited by space and height. So hopefully I managed to find a solution that works very well.
    I wasn't overly keen on the finished item, but I think now it's because I don't like the base, perhaps I could curve the edges of the base in the future to improve the overall look of the thing.
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Comments • 31

  • Mr Geoffrey Smith
    Mr Geoffrey Smith 5 months ago

    "Slides in like a dream...." Great chatting with you at MC yesterday, and now I see what you mean about the dust extraction on the saw. I understand what you mean about the balance of form and function, but I liked the end result, especially the scrap bin. 😀

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago +1

      Our off cuts and pieces of scrap to our American friends would probably be classed as dust! 🤣

    • Mr Geoffrey Smith
      Mr Geoffrey Smith 5 months ago

      @James' Man Cave Imagine if our American friends tried to put their 'scrap' walnut slabs in there whilst working in their 'tiny' workshops 😂🤣

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago +1

      Hey Buddy, was great to chat to you also yesterday, thanks for showing me what a vicious circle looked liked! 🤣 Scrap bin works well, and Ive used the scroll saw a fair bit of late, which was the main purpose of the build! 👍

  • Ray Butler
    Ray Butler 5 months ago

    Where did you buy the scroll saw from please

  • SCRAP WOOD TO CRAFTWOOD

    Looks great to me mate simple and use able and best of all made with free plywood winner winner 👍👍

  • Casual DIY
    Casual DIY 5 months ago

    Very neat tool cart. Great job mate 👍

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      Thanks Tomasz, wasn't sure about it. But seems people approve of it

  • Philip Jones
    Philip Jones 5 months ago

    Function over looks every time. Just a tip on your track saw cutting don’t have your blade fully plunged, it only needs too just clear the depth you are cutting and it will be a lot easier on the tool. You probably already know this so just tell me too keep my nose out 😂

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      Thanks Philip, that's what I decided on in the end, function over looks. As regards the blade, yes good point, however only did this in the last 2 shots of the saw just to get a better image of the evolution blade at work. All that other passes were made as you say with the blade just cutting through the bottom of the wood 👍

  • Pete Beardsley
    Pete Beardsley 5 months ago +1

    I'm glad it is not just me that buys tools with that ethos. lol Get the tool first and worry about where it will live later.
    I guess if you don't like, then you don't like it, but I think it looks OK. I need to do something similar for my scroll saw rather than an old chest of drawers on castors!
    Good job James.

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago +1

      Why be put off buying a tool cus you can't store it anywhere! I'm gonna have to move stuff into the living room next lol. I think it's the base that puts me off, if I hadn't of fitted the castors, then I could have curved or made the base a bit more rounder. If you make something Pete, you should post some pictures of it on Instagram

  • Christofix - DIY Projects

    great solution my friend! i know what it is, my workshop is small too. When i turn around fast i will step on my own heels LOL

  • THEMRJOE
    THEMRJOE 5 months ago

    You should paint the scrap bin ryobi green

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      Good shout, will keep my eye out for some paint that colour

  • ksp1278
    ksp1278 5 months ago

    I think it looks nice

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      Thank you. As its functional I know I shouldn't be to concerned about a workshop item, but I know I can do better

  • Sparky 415 Everythings Adjustable

    Looks good to me 👍

    • Sparky 415 Everythings Adjustable
      Sparky 415 Everythings Adjustable 5 months ago

      Everything can be adjusted 😉

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      Thanks buddy, I think it's the base that ruins it for me, if I hadn't have put the casters and spacers on, I would have curved the sides of the base

  • resinAce
    resinAce 5 months ago

    Well I thought it was a wheely good idea, and always happy to see my sticker :D

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      I think it's about time your stickers found their way across the globe to other sticker walls as well ☺

  • Phils Workshop
    Phils Workshop 5 months ago

    Nice vid James I’ll be playing catch up soon

  • Mulligan Farms
    Mulligan Farms 5 months ago +1

    A tool on sale... yeah that's my kryptonite !

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago +1

      I'm an absolute sucker for a clearance sale on power tools

  • Tom P
    Tom P 5 months ago

    I think it turned out very nice. Mine sits on a shelf, so I need to get busy and make a similar type cart.

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  5 months ago

      Thanks, I was also thinking of making a sliding shelf to sit the saw on if this didn't turn out as functional as I wanted