Made myself a tool holder


(Luke) #1

So I made myself a tool holder back when I got my Shapeoko, but since then I’ve learned a bunch of stuff, I’ve experimented and expanded my tool bag.

I figured it was time to go again. On my last wood purchase I was sent a bunch of 15-20mm black walnut staves. I started by cleaning them up then glueing them to make a board. I then used my S3 to plain the tops and bottom that left we with a board.

From there I knocked up a new design that incorporated the holes for bits and also some clamping space. Here are the end results after a lick of furniture wax

Within the design, I did 4 tool changes to run the outside, the pockets, curved edges, holes, beveled edges :slight_smile:


(Jerry Gray) #2

Oh yeah! Great job.
On my to do list.


(Mel Clench) #3

Very nice, I need to make one of these.


(Valentin Parks) #4

Nice job!!! I made one a little different. I prefer to wall mount whenever possible to save bench top space.


(Fahad Mubaraki ) #5

DJ

Those are very nice Visual and Kaizen tools holders.


(Luke) #6

Those are lovely! I’d have gone wall mounted but I have ran out of wall space :frowning:


(Valentin Parks) #7

Yes, KAIZEN!!! Thanks.