This is another project inspired in a woodworking tools catalog (this time from Rocker), and was made in may-2014.
The tray was made in pine wood, and painted with black lacquer; the steel pivot arm was made by reusing a bucket handle, and the clamp is a discarded lamp clamp, with a polyethylene bushing.
The tray is 30 cm Ø, and has 16 holes to hold the most frequently used woodturning tools. The center platform is useful to place lathe accessories, calipers, sandpapers, finishing products, etc. The support swivels in the clamp, in order to bring the holder near work, or to take it out of the way when not in use, and the tray turns in order to choose the tool to use.
Last edited by morsa; 10-24-2016 at 02:34 PM.
Just to say that by the time being, I don't have much time for posting new stuff here, but I keep an eye on the daily mail from Jon and I must say that I am always delighted to see your woodworking posts , they are all wonderfull !
Keep posting !
(I feel the woodworkers are becoming a minority here, please woodworkers ! feel free to show up your stuff !)
Cheers, and happy Halloween day,
Really nice idea Morsa and love the way you re-purposed things for it! As an absolute newbie to woodworking I too appreciate all the things you've brought forward for us here! I may have to borrow some of this for a scroll saw blade holder I've been thinking about. ~¿@ Thanks for sharing! ~PJ
Thanks, Christophe, I profoundly appreciate your words.
I know and I follow this website long before I decided to participate actively, mostly because of the language. I also know that most of the topics here are about metalworking and, although I'm interested on this kind of work, definitely I do more woodworking.
Thanks for your kind words, PJs.
If you allow me, in this Pinterest board (https://es.pinterest.com/morsa00/ww-...aw-scroll-saw/), there are some ideas for scroll saw blade holders, I hope that will be useful.
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