Homemade adjustable roller stand

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Using a Roller Stand and Outfeed Table

Follow these tips for creating a support system for long pieces of wood.

When cutting long pieces of wood on the table saw, it's important to have something to support the wood during the cut. A roller stand keeps the wood supported and traveling forward smoothly.

An outfeed table can also be used. If making an outfeed table, build it so it's the same height -- or slightly shorter than -- the surface of the table saw.

Ue a roller stand and an outfeed table together to work on sheet goods such as plywood.

Use a smaller roller stand for a drill press. This type of stand adjusts up and down for the correct height.

Another example shows the stand in a sideways position. As the board reaches the stand, it will tilt and flatten out to support the board. This is helpful because if the stand is set too high, it will still catch and hold the board. This stand also tilts to the other side, lifting the board up and away from the blade after the cut is made.

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6 Best Roller Stands of 2021

Shop Fox Roller Stand

Shop Fox Roller Stand

Features of this product:

  • 150-Pound capacity
  • 13-Inch wide ball bearing roller
  • All-steel construction
  • Non-marring’ pads
  • Unit folds flat for storage

The Shop Fox Roller Stand is a handy roller stand that folds up flat for easy storage when your do it yourself project is done. All-steel construction allows the roller stand to resist rusting and corrosion and makes it incredible strong. The roller moves smoothly, thanks to its ball bearings.


General International Flexible Roller Stand

General International Flexible Roller Stand

Features of this product:

  • Nine 1- 1/2″ by 13- 3/4″ Nickel Plated Rollers.
  • 50″ maximum length and 14- 3/4″ compacted length.
  • Maximum load capacity of 200 LBS.
  • An adjustable height from 23″ to 36″.

The General International Flexible Roller Stand is a fully adjustable roller stand that you can customize to suit your exact needs for any project. The length extends from 14.75 inches to 50 inches in length and from 23 inches to 36 inches in height. The heavy-duty stand can hold up to 200 pounds.


HTC HRT-10 Super duty Adjustable Roller Table Stand

HTC HRT-10 Super duty Adjustable Roller Table Stand

Features of this product:

  • Exclusive wedge-shaped inner leg tightens under load
  • Adjusts from 26-1/2″ to 43″
  • 4 adjustable rubber non skid leveling feet
  • 5 Galvanized steel ball bearing rollers
  • Handle loads up to 500 pounds

With the HTC HRT-10 Super duty Adjustable Roller Table Stand, you can get your roller stand set up on even the most uneven of surfaces. The four independent leveling feet ensure optimal stability and are topped off with non-marking pads to protect flooring surfaces. The table stand can support up to 500 pounds.


HTC HSV-18 Pipe V-Head Roller Stand

HTC HSV-18 Pipe V-Head Roller Stand

Features of this product:

  • 500lb capactiy
  • Two dual bearing, galvanized steel rollers at 6″ x 1.625″ , with heavy-duty hex axle
  • 26.5″ to 43.5″ height adjustment
  • Non-skid leveling feet
  • Exclusive wedge-lock inner support design

The HTC HSV-18 Pipe V-Head Roller Stand is incredibly sturdy and strong enough to bear up to 500 pounds of weight. An inner support with a wedge lock enhances the stability of the stand, and the non-skid feet self level, so you don’t have to worry about rocking on uneven surfaces.


MIBRO GROUP Single Roller Stand

MIBRO GROUP Single Roller Stand

Features of this product:

  • Single roller stand
  • 11-1/2″ wide with edge guide
  • Height can be adjusted from 27-1/2″ To 43-1/2″

The MIBRO GROUP Single Roller Stand is a convenient single roller stand that adjusts from a minimum height of 27.5 inches to a maximum height of 43.5 inches. The stand is equipped with an 11.5-inch roller that has an edge guide for optimal performance, and its T-style legs are very stable.


HTC HVR-18 Super Duty Adjustable 26-1/2-Inch (to 44-Inch Tall) V-Shaped Point Roller Stand

HTC HVR-18 Super Duty Adjustable 26-1/2-Inch (to 44-Inch Tall) V-Shaped Point Roller Stand

Features of this product:

  • 500lb capactiy
  • Two adjustable steel roller balls at 1.25″
  • 28″ to 44″ height adjustment
  • Non-skid leveling feet
  • Exclusive wedge-lock inner support design

The HTC HVR-18 Super Duty Adjustable 26-1/2-Inch (to 44-Inch Tall) V-Shaped Point Roller Stand is a V-shaped roller stand engineered for maximum stability with self-leveling feet and a wedge-lock inner support mechanism. The roller stand’s dual roller balls are adjustable, and the stand can hold up to 500 pounds of weight.

Sours: https://mrdiyguy.com/accessories/roller-stands/

Add an adjustable outfeed roller to your sawhorse

When I needed an outfeed support for some long cedar deck boards I was ripping on my tablesaw, my sawhorses were not tall enough nor would they allow the wood to slide past. Fortunately, some leftover 12 " electrical conduit and PVC pipe provided a solution. My wooden sawhorses now serve double-duty as adjustable outfeed supports.

To make the roller frame, cut two pieces of conduit, a bit shorter than the sawhorse height, to work as side posts for the roller. Add a conduit hanger low on each end of the sawhorse to fix the roller's height. Next, drive a wood-screw-type eyebolt, with an eye large enough to accommodate the conduit, into the sawhorse's top brace to act as a guide. Attach the side posts, and add a 12 " conduit elbow. Measure the distance between the elbow ends, add 1", and cut the conduit crosspiece.

With the frame pieces cut and side posts installed, slip a piece of 1" PVC pipe over the crosspiece and fit the roller into the elbows. The roller parts are easily removed and rest nicely on the sawhorse cross braces. Also, the conduit hangers, equipped with wing nuts, offer infinite adjustability and can compensate for an uneven floor, or in my case, an uneven patio/yard where I set up my tablesaw.
Dave Baer, St. Louis

Sours: https://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-plans/homemade-tools/add-an-adjustable-outfeed-roller-to-your-sawhorse

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Universal mitresaw Stand Adjustable Height with Roller Stand workmate DIY Folding Bench

Universal Workbench and Roller stand
The Arrows Universal tilting workbench is a quality work bench made from steel and aluminium. The bench can be adjusted in height and a 4 position tilt range to create a more optimal and comfortable working position. The height of the bench is also adjustable using a hands free foot lever. The bench is equipped quick release boards for increasing the clamping area, and includes 4 small and 4 small clamps as standard. The robustness of the bench means it can support loads of up to 100kg. but still being lightweight enough for transport and storage.
Specification

  • 4 position tilting work surface: 0, 25, 50, 80
  • 7 stage height adjustment
  • Foot operated lever to adjust the height
  • Steel and aluminium work surface
  • Quick release lift boards for increased clamping area
  • Sliding clamping system
  • Folding work bench for easy storage and portability
  • Supplied with 4 large clamps and 4 small clamps
  • Work surface: Aluminium
  • Dimensions: 600 (W) x 580 (D) x 760 - 1060mm (H) in 7 stages
  • Load capacity: 100kg
  • Weight: 12.5kg

Arrows Universal Roller Stand
The roller stand can be height adjusted to match the work bench and with a roller width of 280mm makes it easy to slide long material like wood along the bench the roller also benefits from folding flat for easy storage and transport.
Specification
  • 4 position tilting work surface: 0, 25, 50, 80
  • Height Adjustable
  • Roller Width 280mm
  • Folds for easy storage
  • Dimensions Width: 430mm Depth: 485mm Minimum Height: 670mm Maximum Height: 1060mm
  • Maximum Load: 60kg
  • Weight: 4.0kg

For any further information please contact our UK customer helpline on 0191 2966966
Sours: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Universal-mitresaw-Adjustable-workmate-Folding/dp/B019XROFJC
DIY Mini Adjustable Roller Stand
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  1. 09-13-2008, 10:47 AM#1
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    Looking for shop made Adjustable roller stands

    I'm looking for ideas to build a adjustable toller stand. One that would be stable with a top thats about 30" wide.
    any one have any pic's or ideas they can share?
    Thanks Joe

  2. 09-13-2008, 12:15 PM#2
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    I don't have plans, but if I were building one I would design it after the Ridgid stand. It's not really a roller but I love the way it functions. You could put a gloss finish on top and wax it for smoothness. Found a picture here:
    http://www.popularmechanics.com/home...p/1274496.html

  3. 09-13-2008, 2:11 PM#3
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    Just throwing out ideas...

    For the stand I'd make an upside down Y with the ability to rotate one of the legs. Then use a link between the two legs to attach the two legs. You could move a pin down the length of the link to raise or lower the height. This would change the angle of the vertical part of the Y though so the roller assembly would need to be able to rotate.

    Or you could have both legs of the Y be able to rotate and then move the link up and down the legs to adjust the height. I think that would keep the vertical part of the Y straight up and down all the time.

    For the roller array, you can make rollers by putting a piece of PVC over a dowel. Get a piece of PVC with an inside diameter a little larger than your dowel and it'll allow the PVC to roll. You could make some 30" long rollers or several smaller ones in a row.

    David

  4. 09-13-2008, 2:36 PM#4
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    Of course gold old Norm did one...

    http://www.newyankee.com/getproduct.php?0603

    They are dropping VHS, so you can get the video and measured drawing for about the price of the plans alone.

    Roger

  5. 09-13-2008, 4:06 PM#5
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    Quote Originally Posted by David BodkinView Post
    For the roller array, you can make rollers by putting a piece of PVC over a dowel. Get a piece of PVC with an inside diameter a little larger than your dowel and it'll allow the PVC to roll. You could make some 30" long rollers or several smaller ones in a row.

    David
    I saw a variation of this in an issue of ShopNotes. They used 3/4" plywood or MDF (can't remember which) to make circles to fit inside 3 or 4 inch pvc pipe.

  6. 09-14-2008, 12:10 AM#6
    I've built my own in the past. But the best ones I have now are from Harbor Freight and they are 9 bucks each. The run nice ans smooth and the best part are the lightness, You can pick one up in each hand. Strength wise, I wouldn't want to support 2 or 3 hundred pounds on one but then I tend not to put a lot of weight on them anyhow.

    Fred Mc.

  7. 09-14-2008, 12:39 AM#7
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    For building them, I would go with Norms design. For buying them, I have Craftsman triple rollers and would get them again.

    Doc
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    For building them, I would go with Norms design. For buying them, I have Craftsman triple rollers and would get them again.

    http://s7.sears.com/is/image/Sears/0...sm=0.9,0.5,0,0
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    Rollers tend to lead the piece and if the piece has any downward bow it can catch beneath the rollers. Roller balls don't lead the piece but can catch the piece as well. The Rigid top will catch the piece and tilt up with it. And the top has a slick surface that won't lead the piece. And it's hard to build one for $29.95!

  10. 09-14-2008, 8:15 AM#10
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    Adjustable Roll-off Stand

    The most recent issue of Woodworker's Journal has an article by Bill Hylton on how to build one. Building two fo them is my next shop project.

  11. 09-14-2008, 8:46 AM#11
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    Roller Stands

    I have 2 I built using Norm's for inspiration. I used 18 in. long 1 1/2 in. pipe with glued on caps ,holes drilled in center with 3/8 in. all thread. works well rolls smooth, lasted 3+years. If I made some more they would be wider. I have looked at the HF ones they would take up less floor space. But I stilll like accessories I make myself. Happy Woodworking, Craig

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    Quote Originally Posted by fRED mCnEILLView Post
    I've built my own in the past. But the best ones I have now are from Harbor Freight and they are 9 bucks each. The run nice ans smooth and the best part are the lightness, You can pick one up in each hand. Strength wise, I wouldn't want to support 2 or 3 hundred pounds on one but then I tend not to put a lot of weight on them anyhow.

    Fred Mc.
    yeah, same here. if you try to bear the weight of a whole 16 foot 2x6 or 1x12 on one, it'll slip, but otherwise they hold up fine.

    i can't see spending time to build such things when you can get throw-aways from HF for so cheap .

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    Vote for Rigid

    I have used the Craftsman triple roller, harbor frieght, the rigid stand, and home made ball bearing type. I like the Rigid the best. The Craftsman is too heavy, the ball bearings are too small, and it tips over too easy. The harbor freight ones I had were hard too hard to adjust, tipped over easy, and did not fold up ( they were the tripod type.) I also do not like using any type with cylinder rollers. They tend to track the piece away from the fence. Ball bearings are better, but you must have them adjusted perfect, which it impossible if you are ripping a lot of long pieces that vary in straightness.

    The best, in my opinion, is the Ridgid. It tilts to provide a ramp, and thus has the largest "target." It is light, easy to adjust, more stable, and doesn't track the piece when ripping. You can even use it as a stand for your beer at the end of the day!
    Last edited by Eric Gustafson; 09-15-2008 at 11:24 AM. Reason: typo

  15. 09-15-2008, 12:39 PM#15
    I built one a while back that is attached to my flip-top cabinet. It is easy to make and doesn't take up much room.

    http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?t=19921

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Introduction: DIY - Adjustable Roller Stand From Scrap

In my hobby sometimes I need cut or drilled long pieces.

I Make this roller stand for helping me.

For this, I used some scrap material:

  1. Old Disc brake

  2. part of "Dress Stand"

  3. Print Roller

  4. Strip of rubber

  5. a piece of Aluminum's bar

  6. Some pieces of metal

Step 1: Make IT

On the lathe, I make the disc adapter.

On the hydraulic press, I put the adapter in the disc then put the bar of dress stand in the adapter.

On the top, I weld some pieces of metal to build the support of roll bar.

The roller is removable if you want a stable support.

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