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Tool Tray

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I just finished this tool tray for my Camaster Stinger. Easy weekend project
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Looks good! I like the brass inserts.
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Nice Steve!
Did you use a plunge round over, or end mill and then pointed round over?

Unfortunately organization doesn't help a guy who can't find a bit he JUST had in his hand a second ago :) :)
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That is really nice!
Where did you get those brass inserts? They really add a polished touch :) !

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Congrats on being Featured Steve! :)
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scubanimal wrote:That is really nice!
Where did you get those brass inserts? They really add a polished touch :) !
I ordered them from Lee Valley Tools.

http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.a ... 46180&ap=1
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scottp55 wrote:Congrats on being Featured Steve! :)
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Thanks Scott but I didn't know that I was. I thought I had read the news letter and then deleted it. Maybe I missed something.
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Your tool tray was in the bottom 3 projects:)
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SteveNelson46 wrote:
scubanimal wrote:That is really nice!
Where did you get those brass inserts? They really add a polished touch :) !
I ordered them from Lee Valley Tools.

http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.a ... 46180&ap=1


Thank you!

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