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Homemade 1050 ToolHead Stand

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by EL_NinO619, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. njl

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    For the non-woodworkers out here, were those made by combining dowels of different sizes (if so, how) or by cutting up one dowel and turning the ends down (if so, how)?

    I keep all my tool heads locked up in a bench drawer, but being able to store them like that seems kind of cool.
     
  2. EL_NinO619

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  3. EL_NinO619

    EL_NinO619 EX-Swage Monkey

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    All you need.
    Tools Needed:
    Drill
    27/64 Drill bit
    23/64 Drill bit
    Measuring tape
    framers square or square (any straight line measuring device)
    Rubber mallet or hammer (hammer softly)
    Center punch (optional, just for starting drill bit)
    Router (optional)
    1/2" Chamfer bit
    Pencil
    Electric tape (optional) Used for drill stop

    Materials:
    3/8" x 2" turning (pin)
    7/16" x 2" turning (pin)
    1" x 10 x 2' Board
    1 7/8" Dowel
    1 1/8" Dowel
    Wood Glue
    Gloss Enamel (optional)
     
  4. WiskyT

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    It looks good. You might want to put it on the center pin to prevent it from getting tipped over.
     
  5. EL_NinO619

    EL_NinO619 EX-Swage Monkey

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    Ya I did, just did it for picture, I got another one coming. That's all I have got from Dillon so far, oh ya and a hat.
     
  6. EL_NinO619

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    Forgot to add, even with it on the end beg, it feels like it would take a lot to knock it over. The base is really stable.
     
  7. PCJim

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    Mine felt that way until I put a full quick change assembly on it. My pegs are a little less diameter than the Dillon toolstand, and allows the assembly to tilt. :crying:
     
  8. BHP9

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    Nice job. Even got the colour right.

    I made mine over 6 years ago - aluminium.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. EL_NinO619

    EL_NinO619 EX-Swage Monkey

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    Thanks, I kinda stole your design from Enos's forum. Wish I knew how to weld, some day. Until then the wood will work. Still waiting on the press though.
     
  10. BHP9

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    Thanks but it really isn't my idea. I saw a post on Enos forum for the 650 stand and just run with it.