Round & Ready Drill-Bit Carousel
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Round & Ready Drill-Bit Carousel

This rotating organizer goes wherever you need it.

Drill-Bit Carousel

Want to keep large drill bits and other hole-boring accessories close at hand and easy to find? This compact carousel holds a multitude of specialty bits, such as holesaws and Forstner bits, and swivels on a lazy-Susan bearing for quick access.

As a convenience to allow you to view this free woodworking plan before downloading it, we now offer a page-by-page review. If you like the plan, you'll find a Click here for a free downloadable plan link on the last page of the plan. The downloadable plan will have larger, easier to view illustrations than the online preview.


Saw and Assemble

Saw and Assemble

To build one, use a compass to mark three 5"-radius circles on 3/4" plywood. Bandsaw and sand the discs to shape. For the top, locate and mark the nine curved slot locations [Drawing 1a]. Drill 5/8" start holes for the outside and middle slots and 3/8" start holes for each inside slot. Then, scrollsaw or jigsaw between the holes to form the slots. Drill 5/8"-deep holes in the shelf to fit the shanks of your bits and accessories and a 1/2" hole through the base for screw access.

Crosscut the dowels to length. Create a collar with a 3/4" hole in it. Assemble the unit [Drawing 1] and attach the bearing to the base, using the 1/2" access hole in the base to drive the screws into the shelf.

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