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This is where I store all my blades except for the 12” blades from my new Delta Miter Saw.
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#1 posted 04-01-2008 03:42 PM
Wow, this is nice… I was wondering what to do with all my blades the other day. They are hanging on small nails above my head on my workbench… I’ve found out from experience that if I beat on the workbench too hard, I almost get scalped…. soooooo… this looks like a very attractive (and safer) alternative. I may add drawers for bandsaw blades, recip blades, and jigsaw blades… thanks for the post!!
-- As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. (Proverbs 27:17) †
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#2 posted 04-01-2008 04:02 PM
Nice setup, great way to take care of your blades.
thanks for the post.
-- Hope Never fails
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#3 posted 04-01-2008 04:12 PM
Great solution! What are you using for spacers?
-- DaveH - Boise, Idaho - “How hard can it be? It's only wood!”
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#4 posted 04-01-2008 04:23 PM
Thanks for the post, I have been churning a solution over in my head, and this is a great solution.
-- //FC - Round Rock, TX - "Experience is what you get just after you need it"
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#5 posted 04-01-2008 04:30 PM
That is a great idea, and very well done.
Now I think you need to spring for one of those electronic label makers instead of masking tape. <g>
-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"
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#6 posted 04-01-2008 04:41 PM
Great solution to a common problem, I like the simplicity of the design as well…
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#7 posted 04-01-2008 05:00 PM
Great storage case. And it looks good too.
-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine
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#8 posted 04-01-2008 08:57 PM
great idea. it keeps your blades safe and out of our way. great job!
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#9 posted 04-01-2008 09:09 PM
Looks like a good idea Eagle. Protects both you and the blades. Thanks for posting.
-- Mc Bridge Cabinets, Iowa
#10 posted 04-01-2008 09:49 PM
Dave,I use small litle felt Puch-outs(1/2”) for cushions between blades, their small and easy to remove and install.
Charlie,I actually have a brother P-touch that I bought last year, but I built this about 4 years ago, and haven’t goten around to it yet.
#11 posted 04-01-2008 10:04 PM
Ah…. the old “roundtuit” shortage.
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#12 posted 04-01-2008 11:46 PM
One serious set of blades there Eagle.
-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python
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#13 posted 04-02-2008 04:06 AM
Nice job, do the drawer bottoms just ride in the spacers, I didn’t see any hardware, and does Borden know you have on of their milk crates?ThanksMichael
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#14 posted 04-02-2008 04:12 AM
Nice job, blade are an expensive investment. This really keeps your investment from suffering any damage. Good design.
-- Brian, Lebanon PA, If you aren’t having fun doing it, find something else to do.
#15 posted 04-02-2008 06:40 AM
Micheal, If you work for borden, they know nowPat
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