Revolving Workstation

I have limited space in my shop, but I needed to set up a sharpening station for my tools. I hit on the idea of using a lazy Susan to mount two tools on one stand.

As you can see in the drawings, I attached two sharpening tools to a plywood platform. Then I attached the platform to the bench with a lazy Susan. I made a pair of braces that lock between the base and the workbench to keep the lazy Susan from rotating. The revolving station really saves bench space in my shop. And I have quick access to more tools this way.

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