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Work Shop Organization #3: Saw Storage a few tills

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Blog entry by ChickenChaser posted 11-14-2015 03:21 PM 842 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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So I have a few saws I have to deal with. They were all just laying about the place, or hanging on peg board. All random and out of place. I posted my saw till for my panel saw Here but here’s another shot of it.

I also had some back saws to find a home.

I went with quick and easy on this one. It’s just some left over fence pickets, glued together, and screwed onto my bench.

They fit nice, and are at a good reaching distance.

I just added some screws and nails to hold the coping saws on the side, and some $1.00 estate sale brushes on the front and side. I use the brushes for dusting off stuff.

I have a couple of miter box saws, one is for hard wood, and the other has a little more set for soft wood. I hung these up in a more traditional fashion. but I normally use my miter box on the other side of my bench, so they are in a good reaching distance from that.

I did originally build my saw storage with a little extra room, but with estate sales and garage sales, they filled of fast. now I have a few small miter box saws left over, and a couple of panel saws that don’t have a good home. But I don’t really use the 2 back saws too often, and the left over panel saws have broken handles, missing nuts, rust plates, and missing or miss-shapen teeth. But at less than a dollar I figured they would be good for the nuts on other saws I plan to make myself, or the make scrapers out of the blades.



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#1 posted 11-15-2015 06:13 AM

Well done, very nice and convenient

-- Norman - I never never make a mistake, I just change the design.

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