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    Boolit Master
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    Multiple PM stand

    This Pedestal Carousel made of 2 - 1 1/4in pipe flanges and one 10in (or 6"or 4") pipe (each fitting either NPT or NPS threads but do not mismatch) and a 6 or 7in x 1/4in aluminum (or wood or steel) disk. 7/8in holes drilled to accept desired number of PMs This stand picture was made of brass fittings because it's heaver but black pipe could be used. If the stand isn't going to be bolted down the pipe could be filled with lead if more weight is required. I haven't found either method necessary for my stand is quite stable.

    The top flange's threads allow carousel motion thus any of the PMs can be screwed to the forward/backward position. An advantage of pipe threads adjustment ,to locate the PM's position, is rock solid stability, no tilting. This stand could be bolted to the bench but I've found that unnecessary thus making it easy to moved to some more remote part of the bench when not in use.


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    Last edited by daboone; 06-13-2018 at 04:23 PM.
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    Boolit Buddy
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    I like it !!!!!

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    That’s a great setup

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    Boolit Master
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    The top plates I recommended above, 6" or 7" depend on the the flange width. Make sure that plate has enough clearance beyond the edge the flange for the 7/8" holes to be drilled for mounting the PM. That is necessary for securing the lockrings holding the PM so it doesn't hit the flange. Hope this clarification make sense.
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    Boolit Bub
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    Looks Great

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    Very nice !

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    Very nice. Great job.

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