Tools, jigs, and the shop
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Details of plane storage. The scraper holders were fun to make, and they ended up looking nice. There's space for four more up a
chisels are fun. Marking tools are in the upper left hand corner.
Board sizings are 30" long by 5,10,15, and 20 wide. They use french cleats (1.25" deep, 30 degrees) to hang on the wal
Aren't planes cool? The router plane holder is neat looking - I think I'm going to have to carve some thumb recesses to make it
Tools for joint making are the ones I use most often.
Rasps, my "beater" chisels, finishing stuff, needle files. I gotta use stronger magents on the needle files, they keep
Carving tools, mallet, mobile chisel holder, and the knife block for the marking knives & calipers. When working on a partic
Screwdriver tree! I think of it this way 'cause I can pick 'em off like ripe fruit. The tape meausre is on a little post with th
The calculator slides off its backing plate. The little conversion chart from decimal to fractions is something that's nice to h
How the hell do you store a power drill?! This is how. Larger neodimium (sp?) magnets secures the chucks. That's all that holds
The foredom lives here, and these are all the bits. There is also some space to secure random tools underneath. I think a degaus
This was an unintended success. The rotating bits of wood are secured with a nut that I threaded onto a piece of 1/4" brass
tool boards can serve all kinds of functions. This one holds the jigs for the tormek.The dykes are kind of out of place, but the
Drill press tool board. It's attached to the side of the router cabinet, because I keep that next to the drill press. Maybe some
This is how a frech cleat works.
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