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Two safe saw-blade holders

Circular saw blades--sharp or dull--need tender, loving care. These two blade holders will protect the blades--and your hands.

Make a blade holder like the one shown below to store your dull blades and to cart them to the sharpening shop. Use cardboard spacers, as shown, to separate and protect the teeth on the blades.

When you get the sharp blades back from the shop, store them in a wall-mounted rack like the one shown below.

--George Gildea, Fort Thomas, K.Y.

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Comments (4)
Dave_Pettit wrote:

Oops! "be" = "me" below.

1/8/2011 02:52:01 PM Report Abuse
Dave_Pettit wrote:

I, too, thought this page would help be in choosing the right saw-blade for a particular cutting job. But the "saw-blade selector" is the second drawing. You can search the site for that phrase and find a variation (the first link) that holds the table saw wrenches, zero clearance throat plates, and dado spacers. This variation makes more cuts that are vertical in an angle-cut board for blade storage so it stores more blades.

1/8/2011 02:50:07 PM Report Abuse
papa tait wrote:

view the image through right click and you will get it in a new page. Then click print preview, and then when it is in the preview inlarge it to 200 percent and then print it out. Hope this helps you. Papa Tait.

1/7/2011 04:54:39 PM Report Abuse
donanbob wrote:

"Click to enlarge" is a broken link

1/7/2011 12:50:23 PM Report Abuse

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