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  1. There has been some discussion lately about using the electrolysis method in the restoration of old woodworking machinery & equipment. This technique is not limited to the heavy cast iron of old "arn"; it can be used on sheet metal also. About four years ago I discovered that my neighbor was preparing to throw away several old toolboxes that he had inherited. He had already cleaned up with a wire wheel and salvaged those hand tools that he wanted and thought he could save. Unfortunately, he had already thrown out a bushel basket of wrenches, sockets and such that he thought too far
  2. Today I finally finished the set up for my garage since moving from Corona, CA to Bowling Green, KY! Got everything in its place but will have to tweak some things. The clamps are hung on the wall along with 6 saw horses. The 2 large metal shelves I got to go through all of it. When we get a new shed 1or both of those shelves will go into the shed. I am waiting now for some dust collection fittings for the new Saw Stop from Rockler. Since I do not have a dedicated dust collector, I will use my Ridgid shop-vac. I knew I had to finally use those Rockler Gift Cards as they have been in my w
  3. As we get into back-to-school sales, they often have plastic pencil boxes for a buck, or even two for a buck. They make good mini-tool boxes. I use them to hold things like pneumatic nails and staples that then just fit in the tote for that tool You can also use them as a portable "junk drawer" for a grab and go mini tool box. If you use them in your shop, they stack well and you can see the contents through them.
  4. Well, the Stanley No.888 wannabe is getting a bit heavy, hurts the hand that carries it. Picked a pair of handles up, and something to hang a few tools up. First, the handles.. Brass plated thingys. I used that Vix bit to drill a few pilot holes for the screws. Each end got one handle....I tried to straddle the cracks, and avoided putting a screw into one...barely. yep, this is the end that cracked when I glued the case up. handles just have that plate, and a bent wire, but it makes things easier to carry around. Now, about some tool hangers....picked
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