Portable Waste Board

By Daniel42 | Created December 21st, 2019 | Published December 21st, 2019 | Updated December 21st, 2019

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This is a handy waste board which gives you plenty of possibilities to clamp your workpieces on. I was inspired by the workbench at Shaper Tools at one of their workshops in Germany. The mounting points are 60 x 40 mm which should give you good clearence to fit your clamps in. The holes are 20 mm in diameter. It comes in at about 17 kg. I added handles to the side and rubber pads to the bottom. It's sturdy and I guess you could call it portable.

1 hr 30 min




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22 x 800 x 800 mm MDF boards (2x) 24 x 44 x 800 mm Construction Timber (2x) 5 x 45 Screws (32x) Metal handle (2x)
Shaper Origin, Drill, Router
1. assemble the "box". This is done by simply screwing the two MDF boards together with construction timber in between on the left and right. The screw holes are not in the SVG, you need to do this the old way. 2. The SVG file is exactly matched to the dimensions of the material. If you add a grid in your Origin on top of your 800 x 800 board, you can place the SVG exactly at coordinate 0,0. Then it will be perfectly centered. 3. I used a conventional router to sliglty champfer all the edges.

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