Not exactly woodworking, but close enough. #9: More shop progress. storage bins, and router bit storage.

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Blog entry by dbhost posted 10-12-2010 05:06 PM 1144 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Not a lot to talk about here today, just a couple of deviations from the plan, due to wanting to get the shop up and going prior to getting the clamshell cabinets done. I have added a short shelf below the 6’ shelf that my hand held stuff is on for storage of my measuring and marking tools, as well as my various pnuematic fasteners, and other boxes of stuff. The small parts bins have gotten wall mounted, as have the router bit cabinets. I found I have been amassing a large selection of router bits that were shipped in bags instead of a cabinet, and so a quick & dirty router bit storage shelf was fabbed up using scrap 2×4 and plywood. It’s ugly, but it works.

I have some long work days coming up this week, so progress in the shop will be at a stand still, however, I do have plans to get more cleanup done, as well as getting things ready to get the DC ducting run. I realized I am a few blast gates short. An order to Lee Valley is forthcoming, unless I decide I want to try to tackle making my own. And I am in a bigger hurry than that…

Well, with the junk that is ending up out of my shop, it is starting to actually look like a shop, I am getting hopeful that the video shop tour will be able to get done very soon…

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