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    Homemade Tool Storage Ideas | Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools

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    Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools with foam insulation

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    Garage tool storage: foam insulation

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    Several good tool storage ideas, including the "pointy-tool pincushion" shown here.

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Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools Try this quick, simple solution to workbench clutterOrganize and store all those small shop tools and accessories that clutter your workbench in a chunk of foam insulation. It'll hold drill bits, router bits, screwdriver bits and a host of other little things and keep them close at hand.

Flip-through tool storage how to - could use as organizer for necklaces, bracelets, earrings with a little modification!!!

Another, "why didn't I think of that?" moment! Bend an 8-in.-long pegboard holder into a corner shape by holding it in a vise and pounding it with a hammer to make the series of right angles. Make one corner to hold the left side of the tool and another to hold the right. Now just hold the tool up to the pegboard and insert the corner peg so it clasps the tool's corner.

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GREAT IDEA! John just broke the guard for his saw after nearly 15 years! Recycle old garden hose by slitting open a length and using it as a blade cover for sharp saws and other bladed tools. Many other smart ideas for tool storage as well!

This is the kind of storage cabinet I want to build. Guillermo has one like it in the Architecture shop.

Organize your garage and cut the clutter with this garage storage system that you can easily customize to fit any space and can hold almost anything. You can quickly move hooks, shelves and bins around to for the most efficient arrangement. The entire system is inexpensive and easy to build. You only need two power tools—a circular saw and a drill. Learn how you can build it this weekend at www.familyhandyma...

It comes with a sizing index to check round work pieces and the bits themselves for drilling the exact corresponding hole.

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Woodworking Tips: Swing-Out Tool Bar ...wall-mounted tool bar shown in the drawing at right. Besides holding a number of hand tools, the bar swings out from the wall. This provides easy access to additional tools mounted behind the tool bar....