Shop Project This Blade Holder Will Not Only Protect Your Sharp Saw Blades And Keep Them Well Within Arm S Reach But It Also Won T Interfere With The Regular Use Of Your Saw
Shop project this blade holder will not only protect your sharp saw blades and keep them well within arm s reach but it also won t interfere with the regular use of your saw is post about Magazine bookmarked by morris with ID 1102546045 was uploaded on 16-01-2019 and has been viewed 75,521 times.
Saw Blade Holder Photo by Rob Brown; Illustration by Len Churchill INFO: DIFFICULTY - 2/5, LENGTH/TIME - 2/5, COST - 1/5 My table-saw is essentially right in the center of my shop, far away from those things us woodworkers like to store stuff on: walls.
I built this blade holder so all my blades, shims, wrenches, and miscellaneous table-saw items were always nearby.I can rip a full 48" wide on my saw and I didn't want this holder to interfere with that in any way, so I positioned this holder so there was a 4" clearance between my table-saw's surface and the underside of this holder.
I have about 10 blades and one dado set, but feel free to customize this holder to suit your storage needs.Start at the outsideThough I used a mix of particleboard and plywood for my blade holder, I would recommend using plywood.
Start by ripping a 96" length of plywood to 11" wide.You can get all but the thin plywood shelves, back, small blade supports, and optional blade stops out of this blank.Crosscut the top, bottom, sides and divider to length.
Though I didn't do this next step, I would recommend running a 1/8 " deep rabbet...