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post #1 of 5 Old 04-22-2019, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Check out my bit holder

I’m had been keeping my Forstner bits in a drawer, but realized that I most often I use them in the drill press on the other side of the room.

Yesterday, I made this bit holder out of Azek scraps and mounted on the column next to the drill press. It’s not especially pretty, but it seems to do the job and I reclaimed a bunch of drawer space.
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very clever idea !
spray them with oil from time to time.

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I presume it's a lazy susan rotating design?
heehee - just busting yer' chops. I use my posts for multiple 'hold my ...." tasks - good idea.
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I presume it's a lazy susan rotating design?
Oh yeah, it absolutely spins! It's supported from underneath with another piece of Azek held on with a hose clamp. The "platter" rides on top of that and yes, it spins!
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