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    Quick change tool holder holder

    I guess a tool holder holder would be a tool. I love walnut and my tool holders deserved the touch. Quick and dirty 4 cuts on the tablesaw, some sanding and then danish oil.

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    Very nice storage solution Steve. Thanks for sharing. Gonna mill one from aluminum.

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    Thanks Altair, I was thinking of doing it in metal at first, but then it was just so easy to do in wood that I took that route.

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    Very nice storage solution Steve. Thanks for sharing. Gonna mill one from aluminum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schor View Post
    Thanks Altair, I was thinking of doing it in metal at first, but then it was just so easy to do in wood that I took that route.
    Yes, wood only wood ! it looks so nice on your wall, actuually, it's a piece of decoration.
    It even could be extended with a purposed shelf, that would be sliding in the same groove, for storing other tools or drill bits.. you know, same principle as in the kitcheen .

    Thanks for the idea !
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    Thanks schor! I've added your Quick Change Tool Holder Rack to our Storage and Organization and Woodworking categories, as well as to your builder page: schor's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    That's a nice touch. Adds an aesthetic feature to your shop, apart from being functional.

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    Great idea using wood! :O)


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