Smaller Projects...
Oct 25, 2009Public
Photo: I needed some kind of storage for all the turning tools I seem to be acquiring...
Photo: I wanted something that served a dual purpose: a rack to hold keep the handy while turning, and storage to keep secure and out of the way when not being used.
Photo: I also wanted it to be used in different areas of the shop...
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Photo: The back support is adjustable to allow it to rest on the miter bench - where I usually do most of my turning.
Photo: When not in use, it is stored neatly on the back of the mobile cabinet.
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Photo: While I was at  it, I also added a hook ot store the hose...
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Photo: A simple shelf...
Photo: I built this as a home for a little 1" belt/5" disc sander...
Photo: The sander came with the cutest little miter gage that just had to have it's own place...
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Photo: It's mounted just above and behind my oscillating spindle sander. The dowels hold the spare sanding sleeves.
Photo: A little dust collection...
Photo: This little sander is quite handy to have around. Small jobs are quick work. The location isn't the best, but it's not bad...
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Photo: The saw till. I'm debating changing the profile of the edges a little, but it works great , for now...

Dimensions are 27"w x 42"h x 10"d (at the bottom, 7" at the top).
Photo: Hose racks...
Photo: There are four of these throughout the shop. Each with a 1/4"x 25' Flexeel hose hanging around'em...
Photo: I've been needing a drill press cabinet, so it was time to get one built...
Photo: 28" tall, 22" wide, & 8 1/2" deep plus 2" deep doors.
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