040 – Fliptop woodworking tool cart

A little light on details this week as temperatures have soared to over 40c/100f in the workshop.

A fliptop cart to hold two tools in one floor space.

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19 thoughts on “040 – Fliptop woodworking tool cart

  1. Paul, enjoyed the video. A couple of questions. With the stop blocks installed, do you need all 4 bars, or could I get by with only 1 or 2? Also, is there any chance the pipe will wiggle loose? Does it need to be epoxied to the frame or have some end caps epoxied on?

  2. Nice work, and a great idea. I might have to modify my table!And what a coincidence its 42c in Sydney today as I watch your video…….

  3. Great work man. I like your job & what U have done is realy usefull. Greetings from Poland. Nice tools for saving fingers in right places :-)

  4. Hey there, I was wondering exactly what the finished product ended up looking like, even more so, being put into use with having the second tool mounted as well, like it states that it was created for. It looks a bit lightweight, possibly less worktime put into it than other fliptops I've seen, which would obviously be a plus, if it's just as stable. Like the other comment, I too, like that crosscut sled. I'm feeling too lazy to search your channel right now, so do you have a video on how you made it? Keep up the good work… :-)

  5. Excellent build! A bit wobbly so might I suggest you put some horizontal braces as high as you can to allow clearance while rotating the two tools.

  6. Hi Paul, I just stumbled onto your channel a moment ago.  I liked this flip top workbench.  I have a planer and a spindle sander taking up room on a roll around bench.  Something like this would free up that space to be used more for assembly work.  I've subscribed to check out your past videos and to keep up with future projects.  It's too cold in the shop right now to work in here in the midwest of USA.  Hopefully another couple more weeks, and it will warm up some.  Nice job!

  7. You look so happy while you work. Good job. I'm debating on building a couple for various tools, handy for a small shop.

  8. can Sympathise with the heat mate my shop is tin roof and tin walls its pretty much an ovan this time of year but weridly enough it been rainning a lot the last few weeks dont know why its meant to be summer.

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