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Customized chisel rack

Keep sharpened chisels safe and sound and easy to find when you need one.

Keep sharpened chisels safe and sound and easy to find when you need one.

Note: We built our rack for a set of Stanley no. 60 chisels. The dimensions might vary slightly for your chisel set.

You can use this practical rack as a freestanding unit, or remove the feet and fasten it to your workshop wall. Either way, this project displays your chisels proudly and protects their finely honed edges.


Project Design: Richard Baker, Hilltop Lakes, Texas Illustrations: Jamie Downing; Roxanne LeMoine Photograph: John Hetherington


Comments (6)
davisent3 wrote:

If you look at the edges you will see that there is a taper to them. Not sure what the degree is. Would have to play a little to figure out what degree would work best.

4/27/2012 07:42:47 PM Report Abuse
kerrygmo wrote:

The screws are to attach it to the wall. I looked at that a while myself before seeing that image was for the wall mounted version.

3/29/2012 01:56:05 PM Report Abuse
wcasey1179424 wrote:

the plan indicates FH screws but none is showing on image. why?

3/29/2012 10:16:09 AM Report Abuse
pewterformula wrote:

@johnblair21 it appears the beveled edges on the cleats keep the chisels upright.

11/11/2011 09:38:42 AM Report Abuse
johnblair21 wrote:

Hi re chisel rack, good idea but what keeps them from falling out. You make the width for each chisel, then set them in and what keeps them in. Maybe i missed something. Thanks John.

2/25/2010 05:05:53 PM Report Abuse
marthadiazl wrote:

Greetings and thank you very much, by so practics projects and yours newletters. From: Guadalajara, Mexico. Mrs Martha Diaz

2/6/2010 04:09:54 PM Report Abuse

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