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Blog series by woodoogolem updated 08-11-2014 06:01 PM 3 parts 4925 reads 7 comments total

Part 1: Sanding Rolls

08-11-2014 05:16 PM by woodoogolem | 0 comments »

My sanding rolls always had a tendency to roll away and fall to the ground. So I decided to create a dedicated storing space for my most needed grits 80, 120, 180, and 240: Basically it is just two long pieces of OSB and five dividers which also holds a steel rod. The rod is heavy enough to prevent everything from coming out when I unroll some paper. There is also some copper tube which is intended to hold the ends in place. The front piece has a sharp edge so I can tear off the paper ...

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Part 2: Leftover Wooden Creates

08-11-2014 05:43 PM by woodoogolem | 3 comments »

At least here in Germany stores are often offering leftover packaging material to their customers to package their goods. Often there are wooden creates which were used to transport fruits or vegetables. The bads ones I store for the winter for burning, the good ones make fine storage boxes: I use them to group material for the projects I am working on or keep all parts belonging to a jig. When the creates have similar sizes they allow easy stacking:

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Part 3: Saw Blade Storage

08-11-2014 06:01 PM by woodoogolem | 4 comments »

Before buying a regular table saw I seldom changed saw blades on my skill saws as I mostly had the right blade in one of the saws. Now I need to change more often and for that reason I built an easily accessible storage rack based on Jay Bates' video. I altered the sizes according to my blades and the material I had lying around.

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