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Making a Tool Holder for the front of my Dutch Tool Chest

05-30-2016 04:20 AM by Marty Backe | 1 comment »

Here’s a little hand tool build where I make a tool holder for my new 6” double square, attached to the front of my Dutch Tool Chest.

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Craftsman/King Seeley 9x30 Lathe #4: Lathe tool holder and disc sander

10-25-2013 06:03 PM by Woodknack | 1 comment »

Please excuse the messy shop. I feel like I spend more time cleaning than woodworking and it’s still cluttered. Disc sander attachment for lathe. 8” MDF disc, faceplate is holly, glued and screwed to disc, tapped to 3/4-16. Part of a holly branch which usually wouldn’t be useful but I drilled out the pith to prevent checking, it dried just fine. Lathe tool holder from PVC pipe. I really like this. Initially screwed directly to the wood stand, I quickly reali...

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Shop Tool Cabinet #3: finishing hinges trim and shelves

01-23-2011 04:49 AM by Orion Woods | 2 comments »

Well much progress since I last posted about my tool cabinet. It is just about complete, well as I explained to my wife “it will never be complete until I can’t fit anymore tools in it” All that is left to do is make the drawers, add the bottom shelf, and the inner swinging tool doors like the Fine Woodworking model and then of course the various tool holders for current tools and future ones too! After I last posted I sanded, then sanded, then sanded some more! I progres...

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Traditional German Tool Cabinet #1: German Tool Cabinet Tool holders

02-18-2010 09:29 PM by Waldschrat | 2 comments »

Ok you asked for it, here it comes! Tool holders are made so, here are a couple of closeups, I already have had these made, but I have not built them in… So this blog entry is an augmention of the plan, so you can see in wood how it should look. They are nothing more than some hardwood, in this case Ash, strips glued together. When selecting wood for tool cabinets or anykind of cabinet where steel or iron will be in direct contact with wood, the Cabinetmaker must always thin...

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