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Steve Wargo12-30-2004, 11:20 AMI've recently finished the last piece due for the year, and have decided to take a couple days to make a new hanging tool cabinet.
Steve Wargo12-31-2004, 12:48 PMbut, I've seen all the images, I just was wondering if anyone had any new interesting ways to mount tools.
John Dingman12-31-2004, 12:52 PMbut, I've seen all the images, I just was wondering if anyone had any new interesting ways to mount tools. Christian Aufreiter12-31-2004, 4:14 PMDuring the last months I've collected a few links to pages about tool storage.
Steve Wargo12-31-2004, 5:40 PMThe cabinet is finished and only needs to have the remainder of the tools hung in it.
I have the cabinet mounted at about 10* so that Gravity does most of the work holding the tools against the cab. The last one I made over 3 years ago and I'm in need of a little larger one and can use the old one for book storage such. Because the cabinet is mounted at a 10* angle, there is a liitle shelf behind it with room to store some other stuff too.
I've seen a bunch of different ways and I have the Tool chest book, and the likes, but I find that often woodworkers are a little more creative than the norm.
I don't keep my chisels or carving tools out as I find them better protected in a tool roll which I open at the place where I'm using them.
Then I have them all at hand rather than running back and forth to my wall cabinet to find the right chisel.