What's in that there box?
Well...all the toys that were on the top of the bench?
Have mostly been put away..I even cleaned out the tool well!
More on that handsaw, later...after it goes through rehab....

So..what IS in this box? 5 cent tour?
The corner is a tad "busy", but everything is within reach, while I am working at the bench...also, more of a "Ready Use" rack...

Open the left hand door...start at the top of that door..
That be an 18" Panel saw...a few coping saws, and a few other toys..Near the bottom of the left door..
Rack is almost full...and a couple block planes...turn to the right just a bit..
Then look up...
Then open and brace the right hand door open...
And look up a bit...
As for the rest of the right hand door..
And that about does it....the Plane Til can be another tour, if anyone wants....

Thanks for looking in!
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
Just saying, but it looks like it is time for another cabinet. That one is as packed as it gets.
Hmm..not quite as packed full as this one, though...
Working on it...
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
I wonder what that weighs packed like that?
Proud maker of large quantities of sawdust......oh, and the occasional project!
(08-08-2023, 12:08 PM)KyleD Wrote: I wonder what that weighs packed like that?

I read recently that it takes 3 people to move the Studley tool chest.
Only three? .
Have also added a swing-out rack for the Mortise Chisels..
With a hinge on the left end. 
There is also a rack for a few more squares
These are usually the first squares out of the tool chest.

Chisel rack was fairly easy to make...
The plane is a No.4-1/2c.

End without the hinge rests on a large screw...so that the head of the screw holds the rack in place.
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
Wondering IF anyone wants to see the rest of the Dungeon Wood Shop?   Maybe a Photo Tour?

We'll see...
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
Yes!!!  I want the tour.  You have added a lot of "restored" tools over the past several months.  And...how do you manage all the boxes you have built?  Yes, please give us the tour.
"I tried being reasonable..........I didn't like it." Clint Eastwood
Go for it Bandit!! Tour away.
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