|Project by GaryK||posted 12-28-2009 01:47 AM||7984 views||6 times favorited||17 comments|
This is more of a tip than a real project, but here it goes anyway.
I was waiting for a glueup to dry so I decided to solve a problem I was having. I was using my Dremel tool’s flex shaft and I needed it to hang from something. Something that I could move around to keep it out of my way when I wasn’t using it. Then I remembered Blake’s light that he stuck into one of his round dog holes on his work bench.
Well I decided to use the rectangular dog holes on mine, and came up with what you see in the pictures. I can adjust the height depending the height of the piece I’m working on and more it around my workbench to where I need it.
I’m already thinking of other things to use it for. Add a couple of holes for pencils and hanging some things that I use for every project that I really don’t want laying on my bench. (mainly because they get buried under junk). Things like that.
It’s nice because I can either use it or not, but I usually have one corner of my bench I’m not using.
-- Gary - Never pass up the opportunity to make a mistake look like you planned it that way - Tyler, TX