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horizontal notch for combination - square
NARROWER SLOTS FOR STEEL RULES
SLOTTED SPACER BLOCKS
Tips for Your Shop
Table Saw Fence Tool Caddy
To make it easier to cut raised panels, I built the auxiliary fence from Issue No. 87 for my table saw. And then 1 added the tool caddy you see in the photo above to organize my layout and marking tools.
The caddy sits atop the auxiliary fence and has slots for keeping rulers, squares, and a bevel gauge securely in place. An opening at
one end allows you to store your combination square. I also drilled holes to hold pencils so they would always be in easy reach. There's even a ledge along the top to hold a measuring tape and other items.
The caddy is built using plywood. I began by cutting dadoes sized to hold my square, ruler, and
LARGE SLOT H0LD5 BLADE OF TRY SQUARE
bevel gauge as well as a notch for the combination square in an oversized piece of stock. Next, trim the stock to make two spacer blocks that form tool slots when the blocks are glued together. Then add another wide spacer block to create a ledge for the measuring tape. Finally, secure the caddy to the fence with glue.
Riley Maxey Delaware, Ohio
NOTE: CADDY FARTS ARE GLUED TOGETHER
FRONT SPACER BLOCK
NOTE: ALL FARTS MADE FROM V PLYWOOD
ShopNotes No. 89