I posted my one of my chop saw a while back recessed into the bench, it just made it easy to cut timber in long runs and the bench folds away if i need more space for a carSeem to recall someone posting a picture of their workbench with a pillar drill and saw table recessed in it that looked like a good idea.
I've counted mine today:Your lacking I got 4 grinders now I sure 1 person on here got 7
I've counted mine today:
three Aldi corded
a Screwfix titan
a Lidl air powered.
another unknown make air powered.
2x air powered 3" grinder/cut off - one straight, one right angle.
a kinzo cheapie I use for stone work.
a draper soft start.
I don't have a problem.
at least, not any that can be fixed with an angle grinder.
Folk get on about vices & I ....
I know I've got a somsonia perfect j
a couple of smaller (good make, old) engineering ones.
three or four woodworking vises: a record 52 1/2, a Woden, acouple of smaller ones.
a couple of Stanley clamp ons.
I also have three or four (possibly) "apprentice pieces".
a very large leg vise, and two pipe vises: one that fastens to a bench, and one on legs.
and two b&d workmates
I have a "moxon" style twin thread on my "to finish" project list.
I sold the saw sharpening vise I had...
regarding drill bit storage.
last place I worked had short lengths of pvc waste pipe glued together to make a "honeycomb" for different size bits.
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could also be screwed under a shelf (horizontally) to hold drills
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glue/screw short lengths (rings I suppose) to a board to hold hammers/pliers.
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or as a screwdriver/chisel rack
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