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Little things can make a big difference. I didn't have a good system for storing bits for my Dremel tool. This is made from red oak scraps. An hour and a half well spent.

I rough cut the blank on the bandsaw, and cleaned it up with a plane. Drill presses are made for jobs like this.

I turned a knob, and put it together with Gorilla Super Glue.

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I really like the handle, very handy!
 

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The ultimate cribbage board! HA!
Looks really nice.
 

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Ya' know, when I first saw the small picture of this project, I thought I was looking at a menorah. :)
 

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Hairy, that is just so neat, quick and easy to find what you're looking for. My Dremel with its bits and pieces are still the the bag, I dont use it that often. My son bought one too and I know he uses it often, I will ask him if he would like something like this. Hope you dont mind me copying your idea.

Thanks for sharing Hairy.
 

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Thanks for all the nice comments!

Cher, go for it. I'm glad you like it.
 

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ya gotta have somethin/somewhere to store all those bitty bits. it works.
this is just a carousel that I use to hold both Dremel, and Foredom bits. Added a few baby jars for really small parts, accessories, etc. it works.
 

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I really like the carousel idea. I have several dremels and a foredom machine that I use all the time. in addition to woodworking and carpentry I also have a really bad R/C offroad truck problem and the plethora of bits and attachments sit in a simple mahogany block with a bunch of holes in it ( actually several mahogany blocks to be honest) .
I too am going to borrow your idea if i may? I might need to make two though.
 

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If you're asking me, go for it.

If you're asking about the carousel, you have to check with Roger. I'm sure he'll give you the green light, he's a pretty good fellow, but have some Coors Light for backup.
 
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