Popular Woodworking 2007-12 № 166, страница 13

Popular Woodworking 2007-12 № 166, страница 13

— Tricks of the Trade —


Band Saw Blade Bins

I don't think anything steals productive shop time more than having power-tool accessories scattered all over the shop. I've built storage for most of my tool accessories except for my 14" band saw blades, which never found a good home. The solution to the problem came to me in my office one day when using my wall-mounted file bins. It dawned on me that they would provide great blade storage.

Available at most office supply stores, the bins can be mounted to a saw base using two sheet metal screws each, along with the double-stick tape provided with the bins. I chose to use plastic bins instead of metal, so as to not dull the blade teeth. Each bin can hold two or three blades, depending on the blade width. Now the blades are always right at hand at the saw. It's a great way to stay organized. PW

— David Ferguson, Cloverdale, California

Attach with sheet metal screws and double-stick tape

22 ■ Popular Woodworking December 2007

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