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This project is pretty simple but solves a big problem. I got a set of Japanese saws for Christmas and I needed a place to store them. I sure didn't want them just laying around on benches or in cabinets. I decided that as long as I was building a place to store my saws I could use a place to store my chisels also. You'll need to adjust this project to fit your particular tools but maybe it will spur some ideas.
Here's what I used:
Cut the back board 2" X 44".
Cut the Face Board 2" X 29. Remember, your lengths may vary.
For the layout leave space on one end for the magnetic holder and a screw for mounting to the wall. On the other end leave enough space for a mounting screw.
Lay your chisels along the back board to get the correct spacing. Depending on the size of the chisel handles you may need to adjust the width of the spacers. I cut mine 1" wide. I also had to plane them down to 9/32" to get a nice fit for my chisels. Again your dimension may be different. I cut two pieces 1/2" wide for each end. I only have a few chisels right now so I've left open space on the end for more chisels. I placed the 1/2" in spacer at the end.
Use a square to align the spacers. Mark along the edge of each spacer to make gluing easier.
After the glue has dried apply glue to the spacers and clamp on the face board.
Install the magnetic holder using the supplied hardware.
That's about it. We hope you liked this project. If you build it and your friends ask where you got such a clever idea, please tell them that you got it at RunnerDuck.com.
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