Sunday, April 4, 2010

Blade Holder Design by Patrick Herron

Here is another blade holder design. This one comes from Patrick Herron. It's made from scrap copper pipe, wooden dowels and wood. Reminds me of a pipe organ. I like this design because you keep the blades in their tubes with lid for protection.

It's easy to customize the number of tubes to fit your own needs.

The dowels are 1", 2" and 3" for a nice rise. This makes it easy to reach and read the labels. Good job Patrick and thanks for sharing.

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