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OxonTurner

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Starting to get a collection of Chuck jaws now and thinking of best way to fix these to a board for easy access.

After ideas and pictures of how people have done this using easy to get fixings, can think of a lot of ways to do this but what do you think is the best way to do this?

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Robbo3

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I keep mine in a drawer because
a) I have no free wall space
b) They take up less room
c) It keeps them clean
 

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Not much help at the immediate moment but have just started to make one to fit on the wall. so over the next week will be starting properly as I only came out of the hospital yesterday with instructions to take it easy
 

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I have mine hanging on nails on the side of my chisel storage rack. Not pretty but it works! Running out of space though now :lol:
 

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I wash / dry tuna tins for mine to keep them in the drawer, I find them a perfect size.

Alternative if you want them on the wall, buy some lengths of water pipe, turn up some bungs and then route a slot down them for the carriers to slide in so you store them vertically held in pipe.

Simon.

PS - just realised, option 2 above only works if you’ve got carriers for each set of jaws. Assume you have else simple nail work work I assume.
 

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Like Robbo I also have no wall space left I have a number of plastic drawer sets about my shop and under benches. Cheep as chips at big diy stores. I use these for a lot of storage. The ones near my lathe hold chucks, chuck jaws in the drawer above, and tail stock bits, Jacobs chucks etc the one above that. After a while I can get the right drawer mostly by the second attempt. :lol:
 

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I found my most convenient solution was to adapt an old set of Kitchen Drawers to take my chucks and accessories.

This drawer also has a low wattage heater bulb installed and running 24/7 which keeps everything rust free.
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The lowest deepest drawer houses my not in use Lathe chucks.
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Two more shallow drawers above hold my sharpening guides, callipers, repetitive marking guides etc.
 

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The first thing I do when taking them off is cable tie them together. At least then when I do find them again I find all of them. :D
 

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Well due to recovering after a hospital visit I completed the rack which seemed to take forever compared to before.
This is complete but yet to be screwed to the wall but it will give an idea how I will store mine I have left an empty row at the top just incase, I still need to look at the cole jaws but for the moment they are OK where they are.

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