Wall-Mounted Chisel Rack
Good tools deserve a good home. This chisel rack provides convenient storage and adds a touch of class to your shop wall.
If you store your chisels in a drawer or a wire rack on pegboard chances are the edges get dinged up from banging into each other. In an afternoon you can build a nice, hardwood rack for them. A simple hardwood frame and panel serves as a foundation for the chisel holder. Then you add a pair of corbels, and a narrow, beveled base trim. I chose oak for the rack, but you can use any hardwood you have lying around in the shop. While this wall-mounted rack holds five chisels, it’s pretty easy to expand the width to hold as many as you need. All you do is lay out the spacing on the chisel holder and adjust the width of the frame to accommodate the new size. All in all, it’s sure to be a great addition to your shop, and taking care of your fine tools is always time well spent.
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What You Get:
- 5 printable (digital) pages of step-by-step instructions
- 25 full-color photos, illustrations and exploded views
- Full-size pattern for the curved parts
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