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TOOL chests are still in constant demand: if not frequently, at least steadily. It is curious, too, that no matter what the woodworker may subsequently execute, nothing affords him greater pleasure…

Your Complete Tool Chest

TOOL chests are still in constant demand: if not frequently, at least steadily. It is curious, too, that no matter what the woodworker may subsequently execute, nothing affords him greater pleasure…

985. A Rare Early Sea Chest Circa 1790-1820 - May 2012 - ASPIRE AUCTIONS

Fine Art, Antiques, Jewelry in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago

985. A Rare Early Sea Chest Circa 1790-1820 - May 2012 - ASPIRE AUCTIONS

Toolbox - Reader's Gallery - Fine Woodworking

Toolbox - FineWoodworking

Toolbox - Reader's Gallery - Fine Woodworking

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Workbench tool caddy

Like most of you, I spend a good bit of valuable shop time searching for stuff like pencils, tape measures and the like. I've tried the buying multiples route and all that has done is made me wonder how I can lose 5 tape measures in a 24x24 shop!...

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Dutch Tool Box

I Like Chests (Though You Might Have a Nice Rack)

I am wed and bred to the traditional tool chest. I’ve been working out of one since 1996 and have no plans to suddenly switch to storing my tools in stacking rubber boxes. Sure, I’ve experimented w…

Broken Fingers

Customer Matt O'Neill has recently retrofitted his gorgeous Split Top Roubo with a Crisscross. Take a look at Matt's Broken Fingers Woodworking blog to see more. Matt has not only has good taste in workholding, but also in vintage machinery. Nice work Matt. He's also a pretty darn good furnituremaker.

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TOOL chests are still in constant demand: if not frequently, at least steadily. It is curious, too, that no matter what the woodworker may subsequently execute, nothing affords him greater pleasure…

Your Complete Tool Chest

TOOL chests are still in constant demand: if not frequently, at least steadily. It is curious, too, that no matter what the woodworker may subsequently execute, nothing affords him greater pleasure…

Dutch Tool Chest: All The Fixings

Dutch Tool Chest: All The Fixings

Building the carcass of a Dutch Tool Chest in a days time isn't that overwhelming of a prospect. I feel like any experienced woodworker should be…

Dutch Tool Chest

Decided awhile ago to change my shop layout and needed a tool chest for all my hand tools to save wall space. This was a fun build! BORG Pine, milk paint, and BLO. Some Cherry, Walnut, and Mahogany for the inside tool organization. First time using Milk Paint, what a great product. Decided to lea...

Tool Chest: Changes to the Sawtill

One of the significant changes to the interior of the tool chests I build for customers is how the sawtill is constructed. The original from “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” was built like a few chests…

I Like Chests (Though You Might Have a Nice Rack)

I am wed and bred to the traditional tool chest. I’ve been working out of one since 1996 and have no plans to suddenly switch to storing my tools in stacking rubber boxes. Sure, I’ve experimented w…

Tool Storage in front of Windows

My shop was designed with many windows to maximize natural light. Unfortunately many windows means that there isn't much wall space for tool storage. The narrow shelves and racks installed in front of windows provide additional storage without dim...

Workbench tool caddy

Like most of you, I spend a good bit of valuable shop time searching for stuff like pencils, tape measures and the like. I've tried the buying multiples route and all that has done is made me wonder how I can lose 5 tape measures in a 24x24 shop!...

Still making cleats for my tool wall. Behold! Chisel rack!

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Broken Fingers

Customer Matt O'Neill has recently retrofitted his gorgeous Split Top Roubo with a Crisscross. Take a look at Matt's Broken Fingers Woodworking blog to see more. Matt has not only has good taste in workholding, but also in vintage machinery. Nice work Matt. He's also a pretty darn good furnituremaker.

Why loose tools in a tool box? Why even a tool box?

Hand Tool Storage Cabinet

Hand Tool Storage Cabinet

Hand Tool Storage Cabinet

Dan's Shop: Last of the Pegboard Removed and New Layout Tool Panel Installed

Last of the Pegboard Removed and New Layout Tool Panel Installed

It's been a long time getting here, but the shop is now "pegboard free" - wahoo! I've talked about this before, how I think pegboard has its place, but how I much prefer real wood. When I was first setting up the shop it looked like this: As you can see, with the exception of the brace rack, all the tools panels were pegboard. Well, one panel at a time, I've slowly replaced the pegboard. The first up-grade was to the saw panel, then the drilling/boring panel *. Now it was time to tackle the…

Hand cut Dovetail Tool Box - Reader's Gallery - Fine Woodworking

Hand cut Dovetail Tool Box - FineWoodworking

this was all hand cut and chopped dovetails, finished with Old Masters shellac/ oil mix.

985. A Rare Early Sea Chest Circa 1790-1820 - May 2012 - ASPIRE AUCTIONS

Fine Art, Antiques, Jewelry in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago

985. A Rare Early Sea Chest Circa 1790-1820 - May 2012 - ASPIRE AUCTIONS

Toolbox - Reader's Gallery - Fine Woodworking

Toolbox - FineWoodworking

Toolbox - Reader's Gallery - Fine Woodworking