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    Scrap made Saw Till

    Finally got tired of looking at my lovely saws leaning against the wall, so I gathered some scraps and made a till. Some design points…Design came out of my head (obviously). I used some left over MDF, some Hickory, a little bit of teak and an oak dowel. Turned out great. I glued in some magnets to hold the smaller saws and added a shelf for saw sharpening accessories. 7CF7132A-3F14-41F9-A478-C9A7471147B9.jpgA13DE80E-CBBB-4C6F-A498-2D29604B04D5.jpg07889903-076E-48C9-8C2E-444D5C1C0912.jpg
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    Nice job. Might copy a couple of your ideas into my next till!
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
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    Nice work. Likely to last longer than you plan, in a good way.

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    Thank you!!

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    It's always extra satisfying to me if I can make something I've been wanting AND can find the parts in the scrap bin ;-) Nice job.
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    Very neat and organized look there.

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    Very nice, Todd. And you left some space for more...good call!

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    Nothing beats a useful project made from scraps. Nice saw till, looks like you need a few more saws.

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    Well done! I like the idea of the magnets- need to find a better way to hold some of my odd shaped saws....
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