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JIGS & ACCESSORIES
NOTE: for construction details on tool rest, see page &. —.
(1" x 22")
NOTE: for size and location
of holes, refer to ^
fig. 3 on page 7.
cut rabbet before taper
1 really liked the way the dovetailed tool rack shown on page 6 turned out. But let's face it. You'll have to invest some time to cut the dovetail joints.
So we've included another version of the rack that's quicker to build. It's assembled with simple rabbet joints that are reinforced with woodscrews, see Exploded View. Note: We made this rack from cherry.
sides. As with the dovetailed version, the sides (A) of this rack have a single mortise to accept the tool rest. And here again, they're tapered along the front edge, see Fig. 1. But before you cut these tapers, it's easiest to rabbet both ends of each side.
top & base. The main difference between the two racks is the length of the top (B) and base (C). In the dovetailed tool rack, both of these pieces extend
mortise Vz" deep
through the sides. However here, they are IV41' shorter to account for the rabbets in the sides.
tool rest. Even though the rabbets affect the length of the top and base, the distance between the sides of the rack is the same. So the tool rest (D) is identical in length. And the tenon and curved notches in the tool rest are the
holes in the sides and glued in wood plugs, see detail below.
After trimming the plugs flush and sanding them smooth, all that's left is to add a mounting cleat (E) and attach the rack to the wall.
same as before.
assembly. Here again, the rack is glued together. But since the end grain of the top and base won't provide a strong glue joint, the rabbets are reinforced with woodscrews. To cover the screw heads, I drilled counterbored shank
(2%" x 22V4")
(51/4 X 22V4)
NOTE: all parts are %"-thick hardwood
OVERALL DIMENSIONS: 2V/z"H x 231/2'W x 5VD
WOOD PLUG DETAIL
#& x 2" Fh woodscrew
#8> x 2" Fh woodscrew