|Forum topic by MadMark||posted 03-19-2016 02:03 AM||597 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
03-19-2016 02:03 AM
I built these when I first got the saw running last year. The bins are in 5 different interchangible sizes to maximize the different shapes that can be stored.
The bins & boxes are S4S dimensional oak (back before I got the planer).
The boxes can fold shut and optionally latch into a cube. Due to the finger pull design the parts can’t spill from one bin to the next when latched into a cube even if tumbled.
Most of the drawers have different finger holes and faces by design. Since the drawers are unique you can reorder them and still recognize the bins.
Each box half was made using a different joinery technique – the URHC box is unglued box joints – the test fit was so tight I couldn’t easily get it apart to glue it.
ps: the cup is filled with saw fuel …
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