★ Woodturning Lathe Tool Storage SOLVED | Easy Woodworking Project for Beginners

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Wood Lathe Tool holder | Easy Woodworking Project for Beginners Build a Lathe tool rack for your woodturning tools

This woodworking project is also an easy beginner’s project and solves your lathe tool storage problems.

In this woodworking video I’m going to teach you how to build a practical lathe chisel storage rack, we will go through how to cut the pieces of MDF on a table saw and how to lay them out as well as some practical tips on spray painting your woodworking projects.

We use PVC pipe to hold the lathe tools in place firmly without scratching or marking them.

This rack holds 22 woodturning chisels in a small box that is easily moved around the workshop, you could also use French cleats to stick it to the wall when not in use.
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  • Ethon Jhon
    July 3, 2016

    Oops…, the guy’s name isn’t Ted, it’s Woody Hyezmar…, google him and you’ll find his free plans online.

  • JIMMY TATE
    July 3, 2016

    and he has his mother-in-laws dentures hanging on the wall behind him

  • Robert Evans
    July 3, 2016

    I know this video is a year old…. I just came across it….one I going to make for my tools…thank you

  • ScotsFurian
    July 3, 2016

    Sorry but your going to cut yourself with that tool rack if it dosent fall apart first.

  • Lourenco Santiago
    July 3, 2016

    Hi! I m Lourenço. Im from Minas Gerais, Brazil. Tanks for Ideas! Amazing! I will do… Hugs

  • Tim B.
    July 3, 2016

    If you wanted to you could put some french cleats up on the wall to hold a whole bunch of tool racks like this and put a french cleat on the back of your box. That way you could hang the box up out of the way then use the handles to easily grab it off the wall and move it to your work area.

  • Anton Novotny
    July 3, 2016

    very nice Work!

  • Ellen Davis
    July 3, 2016

    Very cool idea.

  • Krisdee Chungwatana
    July 3, 2016

    Actually I did and it's get me thinking about those time of year when all them shark comes near the beach.  By the way nice color combination on your tools storage.

  • allea89
    July 3, 2016

    Great job Warren,  I like how its portable and you can carry you tools to the lathe, The lathe tools look really neat and tidy stored in the tube holders. Thanks so much for taking the time to share you work.  Congratulations on reaching 10,000+ subscribers.

  • mgwalker79
    July 3, 2016

    Awesome project!  Nice shark jaws!

  • Dylan Bender
    July 3, 2016

    Great project and build video. Just added it to the list of shop projects I wanna build.

  • Doc MacLaren's Tinkering
    July 3, 2016

    I can picture a horror film where you trip and perforate your face and torso with the tools :)

  • Warren Downes - One Wood
    July 3, 2016

    I can't believe no one spotted the massive shark jaws hanging up in the background of my latest video 🙂 http://goo.gl/nWeR3V #sharksteeth   #shark  

  • Steve SteveS
    July 3, 2016

    Very nice little project – I think I might want a leather cover on some of those tools, though!

  • ZACCARO Custom Things
    July 3, 2016

    Great idea !!!! 
    L.ZACCARO

  • LTG Matty Ham
    July 3, 2016

    if you wanted to would it be possible to cut a dado for the dividing shim?    

  • How To Fix It Workshop
    July 3, 2016

    Great space saver!

  • Peter Brown
    July 3, 2016

    Cool idea Warren! Congrats on the lathe restore, and hope you enjoy turning! 

  • Silvia Sánchez
    July 3, 2016

    Creo que es peligroso, las puntas afiladas deberían estar protegidas.