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Today in the shop (scroll/jig saw extra blade storage)

#259003 by reible » Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:25 pm

This is a project that I cut out back in December but never got to finish, well until today.

I used my SO to do the holes and to cut out the parts but that was just because I had it, a shopsmith would do fine making the parts.

I still have to do some finish sanding and finish it but wanted to make sure it would work and I didn't do anything dumb when putting it together. Tubes are from a surplus store and I have less caps then tubes so the corks are about the best I can do at least for now.

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Nice that is warm enough to get some projects done again!



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Re: Today in the shop (scroll/jig saw extra blade storage)

#259013 by chapmanruss » Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:26 pm

A nice little afternoon project and a good way to store with labels jig/scroll saw blades. :)



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Very nice looking holder Ed. I made something similar years ago. Same concept just different construction.


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