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Sawstand Makes It Easy To Cut Pipe, Rods, Etc
A Florida inventor came up with this nifty "sawstand" that's equipped with a foot-operated clamp, making it easy to cut through pipe, rods, electrical conduit, or even small dimension lumber.
The 29-in. high, 3-legged stand has a U-shaped support channel on top and a metal stirrup at the bottom that's connected to a steel hook on top. Stepping down on the stirrup pulls the hook over whatever you want to cut.
"It keeps whatever you want to cut rigid so it's easy to cut. The stand is made from a light but strong steel alloy so you can easily carry it to the job site," says inventor Robert Ramoski. He's negotiating with a manufacturer and says the unit will probably sell for $30 to $35.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Robert J. Ramoski, 6449 Tillery Road, Lakeland, Fla. 33813 (ph 941 644-6126).

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1996 - Volume #20, Issue #4