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Here is a project that is great for any small shop. Double the effectiveness of your floor space with this Flip Top Tool stand. It can hold any number of benchtop tools including planers, mitersaws, sanders, drill presses, etc.
Read the instructable here and you can also get plans with measured drawings over at my website: http://fixthisbuildthat.com/diy-flip-top-tool-stand-plans/
Cut two side to 30" x 21-1/2" and a bottom and shelf both at 27" x 21-1/2". Drill pockets holes on the underside of the bottom and shelf to connect to the sides.
Drill a 3/4" hole centered 2-5/8" down from the top of each side. This will hold the steel bar used to rotate the top. If you clamp them together it makes keeping the hole aligned easier
Cut 2 slots in each side for the flip top locking hardware. The slots are 3/8″ wide, 1-1/2″ long and 2-5/8″down from the top. I used a router and a straight edge to do this.