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Scrollsawyers know that laying their hands on the right blade can be time-consuming, especially if these tiny cutting tools get mixed together. This organizer ends those hassles in a hurry by separating and storing your blades. All you need to build it is a small amount of scrap 1/2" stock and some 1/2"-diameter (5/8" O.D.) CPVC pipe and caps.

For still more convenience, drill a few extra holes in the rack top to hold your scrollsaw tools. Consider labeling the tubes for easy reference.

-- John Turok, Coon Rapids, Minn.

Scrollsaw and Decorative Objects

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Comments (3)
rmox2000 wrote:

Love your idea, Lawrence. A 5-minute job's the ticket for me. ric

1/28/2011 03:22:01 PM Report Abuse
Lawrence of PA wrote:

I had the same idea, but less elegant. I drilled 2 rows of holes in a Doug Fir 4x4 I happened to have. Took about 5 minutes

1/28/2011 02:48:24 PM Report Abuse
tony webber wrote:

lidded short cut. Lee Valley sell clear plastic storage tubes with lids. various diameters and lengths, and not expensive. See page 213 of their current hardware catalog. Tony

1/27/2011 12:54:02 PM Report Abuse

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