There are various companies who offer kits to convert these el cheapo bandsaws to a useable tabletop version. This particular saw didn't seem to have a kit available so I built my version and added a larger table also. I had all the materials lying about and removing the upper handle provided a strong mounting point using the 2 retention bolts for the handle. This simple frame took this tool from seldom used to used almost daily. I am always fabricating something for a clock restoration and this is far more handy than my much larger saw. The base is 1/8" steel, the support tube is 2" square tube and the support arm is also 1/8". The table is of 1/16" mild steel and could stand to be made of a slightly thicker material, but it works OK as is. The aluminum strip is used just so as I didn't need to shorten the bolts from their prior use to attach the upper handle. One of my best ever repurposing of something in the shop.