|Project by jiggles||posted 11-27-2014 03:17 PM||1716 views||4 times favorited||9 comments|
I have photographed the inner components of my scrap box so others can see the amount of stuff this little box can accommodate. It is just 24” wide by 12” front to back and 10 1/2” deep. That is the exterior dimensions. Enjoy.
This tool box I call my “scrap box” because it was made from scraps. It is used to store my inlay tools. I have mainly my Dremel and a gazillion pieces to attach to it, bits, etc. and then some special inlay tools. This box was made from some walnut I had had in my shop for about 6 years. The 1 x’s had been milled down about 5/8” to 3/4” thick and were basically useless for any furniture project I might have. The lighter wood is hickory. the inlay is an experiment with some liquid inlay material from Woodcraft they use on turnings, mostly. The plan came from WoodSmith magazine. The plan is called grandpas tool box. It was someone’s grandfather’s old tool box and they made a video on making a new one like the old one.
-- Jiggles, Huntsville (Prison City), Texas