I store drill chucks and other morse taper tooling in drilled wooden
blocks, heavier chucks and collet sets live on a shelf between the
stretchers of my lathe bench (both parts for my Atlas 618 as well as
my 8" Wade 8A toolmaker's lathe). Tools live in one of two Kennedy
top boxes and a Husky lower cabinet with roller bearings. When I'm
actually working on the lathe, I keep parts and tools at hand on a
piece of nonskid matting on a heavy-duty swinging arm designed to
support a large monitor. See http://tinyurl.com/ca9x7s
was taken before the lower shelf-thus the chuck sitting on the bench).
On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 5:07 PM, Bruce Freeman <freemab222@...> wrote:
> Now that my lathe is ready to use (knock wood), I've started unpacking
> the tools, chucks, etc., from the 5 gal bucket I got them in.
> I'd like to store these so they won't get damaged, yet are easily
> accessible. Obviously, a toolbox of some sort comes to mind.
> But I'd like to know whether any of you have come up with a nifty way
> of storing such things, or what your recommendations would be with
> regard to their storage.
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