|Project by AdrianM||posted 01-12-2016 05:06 PM||2361 views||10 times favorited||9 comments|
I was tired of hunting in drill indexes in my box for one bit.
It was taking too long so I made this caddy to hold my most used bits.
The base is a 1.375 thick piece of white oak. Trim is walnut.
I drilled for the column with a hole saw then split it on the band saw and tapped the wood with a 3/8 tap for the bolts.
I used a little cyanoacrylate to strengthened the threads because it was end grain then tapped again.
Its actually more solid then I expected.
I also quickly did the little stand for the brad point bits which came in a poorly made index box. Now I can see the size without moving things around. If I find time I am going to redo the stand better.
I just made a better version of the stand for the Brad point drills.
What do you think?