Popular Woodworking 2004-10 № 143, страница 24

Popular Woodworking 2004-10 № 143, страница 24

Tricks of the Trade

continued from page 20

Slide-out Chisel Holder

I built this slide-out chisel holder for convenience and safety. The unit easily mounts to the side of a cabinet or bench (great for tight spaces) on a couple of drawer slides. The holder was built by laminating several lengths of 3/4"-thick hardwood together after sawing mating slots of various widths into adjacent pieces to create the rectangular openings.

To accommodate Japanese chisels with their long, round shanks, drill a hole in the

Cut slots before gluing up holder

middle of each slot. The slots also can be made in different sizes to accept tools such as marking gauges and knives. For safety, I attached an acrylic panel over the exposed side of the holder to prevent unintentional contact with the sharp chisel blades.

Dennis Kugizaki Colorado Springs, Colorado continued on page 24

Drawer slides attach to back of holder

Cut smaller holes for tools such as marking gauges

Attach slides to edge of bench

Drawer slide

Acrylic guard

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Glen-Drake Toolworks

Tite-Mark™

Set it close and dial it in

Precise,

repeatable

settings

1-800-961-1569 • glen-drake.com

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