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woodonline... We packed all these tools and bits—135 pieces total—into an instant-access storage unit that takes up just 2x2' of wall space. Think of how it will help organize your shop! DP-00256 ©Copyright Meredith Corporation 2003 Page 1 of 7 .com carousel Spin the entire carousel to access each of its six toolholding wings .DOWNLOADABLE ONLINE WOODWORKING PLANS ® http://www. and rotate each wing to access both of its sides and the center column.. A ton of storage in a tidy space tool ..
Make indexing marks across one edge of the joined parts for later reference. Drill the 1" hole at the center. B ﬁ" 8" 4ﬂ" 16" 9‹" 5ﬁ" Location of parts C ¸" shank hole in parts A and B . Separate the parts. 1 Drill the six ¸" holes around the perimeter and the four ¸" holes around the center through both parts. countersunk on top of A and bottom of B 9‹" 1" hole A. Bandsaw close to the line. lay out the hexagonal shape and location of the holes on the top (A). We liked Jim’s organizer so much that we obtained the design rights from him. 2 1 TOP AND BOTTOM 6‡" 4ﬂ" 30° 8" 18ﬁ" ¸" shank hole. Ontario. Enlarge the perimeter holes in the bottom (B) to 7⁄64".” Referring to Drawing 1. redrill 17⁄64" hole in part B Page 2 of 7 TM . stick together two ﬁ×16×18ﬁ" pieces of plywood with double-faced tape. and then sand the top and bottom to shape. Countersink the center holes on the top surface of part A and the bottom surface of part B.This handy shop helper is the brainchild of reader Jim Maw of Kleinburg. Mark the top one “A” and the bottom one “B. and then built one ourselves so that we can present the plans here. Start with the carousel To make the top (A) and bottom (B). His ingenious design earned the prize for “Best Storage Solution or Organizer for Power Tool Accessories” in our Great American Workshops Contest.
H.H.¸" shank hole. countersunk #8 x 1ﬁ" F. wood screw #8 flat washer ¸" shank hole Indexing mark A #8 flat washer ⁄ " pilot hole 1" deep 7 64 C E E 7 64 ⁄ " pilot hole. countersunk on bottom face Page 3 of 7 TM . centered 7‹" D 14Œ" 15" C D C ‡" R=ﬁ" 5" 4‹" 4‹" ‹" hole ›" deep centered on part E E ‹" dowel Œ" long ‹" flat washer 17 64 E #8 x 1ﬁ" F. wood screw 1" hole #8 x 1‹" R.H. wood screw 2 CAROUSEL ¸" shank hole. wood screw ¸" shank hole. countersunk with a 17⁄64" pilot hole ‡" deep 1" hole B Indexing mark ⁄ " hole #8 x 1ﬁ" F.H.
bandsaw. With the glue dry. Bandsaw and sand to the lines. and cut the brackets (G) to the size listed. For the six upper cleats. Glue and clamp the brackets (G) to the back (F). and drive in the screws. In similar fashion. as shown in Photo B.] Clamp the core between the top and bottom. For the six lower cleats. Mark the angled cuts. clamp on a stopblock. where shown on Drawing 2. Make the spacers from poplar. Remove the clamps. making several passes. Install a ‡" dado blade in your tablesaw. Drill pilot and countersunk shank holes where shown. 4 Page 4 of 7 . drill 7⁄64" holes. where shown. and cut the notches in the back (F). 2 3 where shown on Drawing 3. Make the wall bracket Laminate two ‡×5‹×22ﬁ" boards for the back (F). where shown. clamp. centered on the length and the ﬁ" thickness. Remove the clamps. To position the core between the top (A) and bottom (B). drill the 1" hole ﬁ" deep in the lower arm. Using a Forstner bit. Cut the panel cleats (E) to the size listed. Drill pilot and countersunk shank holes. and drive in the screws. and screw in place the lower arm (H) and upper arm (I). Using the countersunk shank holes in the top and bottom as guides. and drive in the screws.Cut the core sides (C) to the size given on the Materials List. TM Retrieve the boards used earlier for spacers. Make sure the ends are flush. Measure in from the points. drill centered ‹" holes ›" deep. and the 1" hole in the upper arm. Set the panels aside. Glue and clamp the cleats (E) to the panels (D). Mark. [You can rip them later to 5" wide for the brackets (G). cut the six panels (D) to the size listed. use spacers to position the core parallel to two sides. where dimensioned on Drawing 3. glue. drill pilot holes into the ends of the core. Cut the lower arm (H) and upper arm (I) to size. 1 2 With the indexing marks on the top (A) and bottom (B) facing upward. centering the core. Cut six ‹" dowels Œ" long and glue them in the holes in the lower cleats. B 3 1 Attach an auxiliary extension to your miter gauge. Glue and clamp the core together in the configuration shown on Drawing 2. cut two ‡×5ﬁ×13ﬁ" spacers. and sand the ﬁ" radii on their ends. and form the notches for the brackets (G). where dimensioned on Drawing 3. joint one edge and rip and crosscut it to size. The holes are centered on the widths of parts H and I. 3 A 4 Indexing mark Add rotating panels From ‹" tempered hardboard. positioning it as shown in Photo A.
1" dowel 3 EXPLODED You also can prime and paint to match 17‡" long VIEW existing cabinetry. Slide a #8 x 1ﬁ" F. Attach the tools 3" 7 ⁄64" pilot hole ‡" deep ‡" deep and bits. ¸" shank hole. countersunk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 #8 x 1ﬁ" F. where shown on Drawing 2. 1" hole With the finish dry. Arrange your tools on the panels and make the holdE ers. Apply the finish of your choice. slip 1" hole J washers over the bottom cleats’ 2ﬁ" H ‹" dowels. drill ‹" holes countersunk through the wall-bracket back (F). easing the 3" K edges with a sanding block. where shown on Drawing 3.H. drill pilot washer F holes. ¸" shank hole. G 1ﬁ" Secure the panels to the top (A) with flat washers and round7⁄64" pilot hole head screws. see page 8. 2ﬁ" I Transfer these locations to the wall at a stud location. wood screw Cut the cover plate (K) to size. ¸" shank hole. B With the holders now attached to the panels. and bandsaw the washers #8 x 2" F. wood screw countersunk Page 5 of 7 TM . seating it in the C hole in the lower arm (H). sanding lightly with 220-grit sandpaper between coats. Cut a 17‡"-long piece of 1" 3" dowel. Drill centered 1" holes. D C D Center the cover plate (K) over the upper arm’s dowel hole. For the mounting methods 22‹" we used. and drive in the screws.#8 x ‡" F. and draw 3"-diameter circles. Drill pilot holes into the stud. to shape. wood screw Finish and mount the carousel Sand all the parts to 220 grit. Drill countersunk shank holes at the four corners. Slide the washers (J) in pilot hole place between the carousel and 1‹" ‹" lag screw the arms. 1" hole 7⁄64" pilot hole Now fasten the wall bracket J ﬁ" deep with ‹" lag screws 3ﬁ" long. Drop the dowel in E deep 3ﬁ" long from the top. Place the carousel A E between the upper and lower 7⁄64" arms. Using the shank holes in the 1ﬁ" ‹" flat cover plate as guides. We brushed on two coats of satin polyurethane. #8 flat washer between the top wood screw G 5" cleat and the carousel top (A). and tip the panels ‡" ‡" into place.H. seating the bottom 1" hole ﬁ" deep cleat dowels in the holes in the carousel’s bottom (B).H. Mark their centers. Cut two ‹×3‹×3‹" hardboard blanks for the washers (J).H.
5" 5" 5" 3" 3" 13ﬁ" 13ﬁ" 15" diam. 4‹" 15" P 4 #8×1‹" roundhead wood screws(6). 1" Forstner bit. 16" 18ﬁ" BP 1 Supplies: #8×‡" flathead wood screws (4). #8 flat washers 7‹" 14Œ" H 6 (12). Qty. LP–laminated poplar. home center. #8×2" flathead wood screws (3). W L Matl. P–poplar. Look for spring-clip tool holders and magnetic tool holders at your local hardware store. 1" dowel. See the instructions. or woodworking specialty store. Materials Key: BP–birch plywood. #8×1ﬁ" flathead wood screws (32). ‹" lag screws 3ﬁ" long (2). 3" P P P H H 2 1 1 2 1 Buying Guide Tool Holders.materials list Part A top B bottom C core sides D panels E panel cleats F* back G brackets H lower arm I upper arm J* washers K cover plate T ﬁ" ﬁ" ‡" ‹" ﬁ" 1ﬁ" ‡" ‡" ‡" ‹" ‹" FINISHED SIZE *Part initially cut oversize. 5" 22‹" LP 1 Blades and bits: Stack dado set. H–tem16" 18ﬁ" BP 1 pered hardboard. ‹" flat washers (2). ‹" ‡" 7‹" P 12 dowel. cutting diagram J K D A B D ﬁ x 24 x 48" Birch plywood E E D D D D E C C C C ‹ x 24 x 48" Hardboard E E I ‡ x 5ﬁ x 96" Poplar F ‡ x 5ﬁ x 96" Poplar F G G H Page 6 of 7 TM .
where shown. Drill pilot and countersunk shank holes from the opposite side. No bit. drill holes through it and the panel. Buyer may neither reproduce the plans for sale nor offer for sale any copies of the finished project. wood screw The purchase of these plans does not transfer any copyright or other ownership interest in the plans.) If some of your tools have their own small case or holder. Clamp the holders to the panels. TM D #8 x 1" F. just in case we ever need to rearrange our layout. as shown in Photo C. Insert machine screws. and also on the core. E ‹" nut Hole drilled for tool or bit. Drill holes slightly larger than the bit-shank or tool diameters. and fasten with machine screws and nuts. as shown on Drawing 4. For removable ‹" machine screw attachment. and transfer these dimensions to blocks of wood. you may wish to mount it to a panel. tool. Note: For the panels to rotate. D Produced by Marlen Kemmet Project Design: Jim Maw. and magnetic toolholders.Adding your tools and bits C ow many of the hundred-plus small items that clog the drawers in your shop can you fit onto your carousel? To plan the arrangement of your tools and bits.H. or tool holder may protrude beyond an imaginary 8"-diameter cylinder. measure the bit or tool center-to-center distances. Leave enough clearance between items to allow for easy handling. as ‹" nut shown in Photo E. For drill bits and other tools that fit in round holes. as shown in Photo D. mount a magnetic tool holder with a machine screw and nut. You can store items on both sides of each panel. place the panels (D/E) on your workbench. Page 7 of 7 . snap the tools in place. Other easy mounting methods are to use spring clips. and drill holes through the panels. mark the locations. and drive in screws. D After fastening spring-clip tool holders to the panel with machine screws and nuts. ¿ #8-32 x 1ﬁ" machine screw 4 TOOL MOUNTING OPTIONS H Arrange the bits or tools you wish to store in the carousel on the panels. centered on the panel. there must be clearance between each panel and the core. adhere Velcro 1ﬁ" long D tape to the case and panel. or the finished project to the buyer. Kevin Boyle Written by Jan Svec with Charles I. For tools that can hang from a peg or pegs. To permanently attach the case. the design. and position the items. Items stored on the core must not interfere with the panels’ rotation. and thread on nuts. Hedlund Photographs: Marty Baldwin Graphic Design: Jamie Downing Illustrations: Roxanne LeMoine. Lorna Johnson ©Copyright Meredith Corporation 2003 To avoid having to make intricate holders for small or odd-shaped parts. (We didn’t glue the holders in place.
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