I am making a work bench backboard. I want to make some 1 x 4 (or whatever)
racks for screwdrivers, etc, for fast easy grabbing and keeping things
organized. (Something I've been wanting to do once I get my procrastination
under control ............) But, some things, like pliers and chisels and
's don't have a round shaft. I need to have some slots, like would be
made by three or more holes in a row. Or a routed slot.
Is there a wood bit made for side cutting specifically? Drill three holes,
then use the side cutting edges to round out? Or should I set up my router
with a fence and stops to cut the slots, then use a rounding bit with guide
shaft to make a nice rounded shouldered hole? More work, but fun stuff that
I like to do, and the results are worth it, IMHO.
I don't need it to look like Grandma's black cherry hutch, but I'd sure like
it to look nice like it wasn't made with a rusty chisel and warped sawzall.
I do welding, so can easily make some ornamental metal brackets to go with
the wood pieces.
Other ideas for tool organizers for the wall or pegboard? I got a ton of
crap I need to mount so I can find it when needed.
Thanks in advance.