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After that, it's a simple matter to cut a plate to the shape of the grinder's base,
and weld it to the top of the column. And after a brief consultation with my battallions
of experts and advisers, I decided to add a small tray to the side, to hold tools
drill gages and drill bits while the machine is in use.
I started by taking another thin strip of 14-ga steel, and manhandling it
until it looked vaguely like the rim of a tray that's supposed to fit the column.
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