A Simple Saw Till From One Piece Of Construction Lumber
A simple saw till from one piece of construction lumber is post about Shop Blog bookmarked by donald with ID 11628005470 was uploaded on 29-01-2019 and has been viewed 423,176 times.
I bought my first set of nice joinery saws a decade ago.Since then, I've acquired a handful more.A saw till has been on the to-do list this entire time.Finally, when I discovered a design so simple that it could be finished in seven table saw cuts, the 'King of Procrastination' got off his butt.
The basis of the till is a single block of wood.Cut an angle on the top to hang the tote horn then rip it on the table saw so the hand saws plate is encased.Screw that to the wall and you're done.I did complicate mine a bit more.
My joinery saw collection consists of the suite of molded spines from Veritas: three dovetail size, two carcass size, one gent plus a coping and flush cut saw.My goal was to protect them all in as small a space as possible on a tool wall.
My modifications to the original concept are to divide it up into two till blocks, one for dovetails the other for carcass.Then connect them to a frame so the gent would hang between and allow the coping and flush to hang on the outside.
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