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Systainer tote and MFT worktable - SYS-MaFe

12-10-2020 11:39 PM by mafe | 5 comments »

Systainer tote and MFT worktableSYS-MaFe. Time for another project that was made out of joy, not need, but with a specific purpose in mind and the create as you go approach to the project, no drawings, no final idea, just loose thoughts. The criteria was, that it could function as:A tool tote / caddy.A MFT compatible workbench, that could rest or connect on top of the systainers, so it could function as a low and high work surface.A sawhorse.A step stool or as small stool for a rest.Tha...

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Tote / caddy - for the allotment kitchen.

12-05-2020 12:20 AM by mafe | 8 comments »

Tote / caddyfor the allotment kitchen. This is a tote, were made out of need in the beginning of the summer, as I were tired of bringing food from my gas fridge, into the kitchen in my wee allotment house, because I found my self running forward and backward several times.I had precut the wood and made the fingers on my jig, back in my Copenhagen workshop, so it was bought to the allotment as pieces, to spend some time in the early spring in my wee workshop there.The wood were recycled woo...

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Small Projects #2: Small Oak Tool Tray

01-27-2020 12:16 AM by Madmark2 | 1 comment »

The better half doesn’t always say anything but I know my leaving small hand tools on her coffee table irks her to no end. To preserve the peace I made this little (12” x 8” x 3-1/2”) oak tool caddy to toss my stuff in one place instead of being scattered to-hell-and-gone. I had a couple of 1/4” x 3-1/2” x 36” pieces of store bought (BORG) oak kicking around and this seemed like a good project. I cut the boards into six 11-3/4” pieces. The...

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Caddy for tools, gardening, drawing, painting... #2: fixing mistakes, improvising and getting it done

01-08-2020 11:08 AM by mafe | 8 comments »

Caddy for tools, gardening, drawing, painting…fixing mistakes, improvising and getting it done Here we are at part two of the caddy build, a Christmas gift for my girlfriend, as I thought she should have something, made with my hands. Last blog ended here, where the fingers were cut and we have a frame. Took these pictures after the whiskey was enjoyed and I then left the shop for the day. But let’s go back to where we finished.Let’s talk about the mistakes we make and how t...

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Caddy for tools, gardening, drawing, painting... #1: Boards, shape and fingers

01-06-2020 01:41 AM by mafe | 12 comments »

Caddy for tools, gardening, drawing, painting…boards, shape and fingers / taps I wanted to give my girlfriend something made with my hands for Christmas, as one of the gifts and since she is a Jacqueline of many trades, I decided a caddy / tote to bring her stuff, would be a thing that can bring joy in many situations. If she will use it for gardening, drawing stuff, painting gear, tools, garden tools, flowers or even perhaps at her job as a doctor, that must be up to her, for now I ...

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Exercises in Artisanship #17: Old fashioned tool tote Part 5 THE FINALE!!

06-13-2012 10:33 PM by jjw5858 | 7 comments »

Well I guess through learning and creating, sawing and shaving there were a few more hours to conjureup some additional ideas with my chisel box. Ahhh yes…a lid for the top perhaps??.....this would be a total ad lib affair with little more than just letting the inner kid out to explore and experiment. Every now and then that is such a vital important exercise to have in our woodwork…..be free of worries…the crayons going out of the lines are no artistic sin, only stressfu...

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Old and new Projects in a New Workshop #3: Mobile workstation for bench tools

08-23-2011 10:30 PM by garyjs | 1 comment »

I spent many years in Atlanta and in Israel as an ornamental woodworker/turner. I am in the process of converting our 2-car garage to a workshop. To save space, I used the idea of a workstation for small power tools and adapted it my needs. It is a cube 36” on a side and the same in height. I used two free casters and 2 locking casters to make it easy to move around, and as you can see I added a 4 plug outlet to the top for the bench tools and ran a 12’ exterior extension cord out one side...

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Tool tote / caddy travel #1: a learning travel in tools and techniques.

10-13-2010 02:50 PM by mafe | 16 comments »

Tool tote / caddy travela learning travel in tools and techniques. Yes some of you will say: ‘come on Mad(s), we heard about this, and you will never get done with those dovetails’.And I have to admit: ‘I have been a chicken when it comes to dovetails’. The project:The project is a tool tote or tool box (many opinions on the name), a mix of some wonderful pine wood boards from an old closet, and a branch from the forest! Here the design I did, a simple but ‘hopefully’ long, slim and ele...

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