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Old 08-30-2017, 12:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Drill bit stand?

Made a drill bit stand and would like to know if I should change the drill bit sizes or is it fine they way it is?

Remove some of the larger drill bits and put places for a few other things? ( barrel trimmer pen barrel insertion tube)


If i can keep the price down i would like to offer them for sale.
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Looks good!
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Looks good! I'd be interested if you had one with all the common pen-related sizes involved. Perhaps a little extra room for some add-ons would be a good idea. You know how we pen-makers can be with never having too much
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I like it as is. I do "kit" things together and feel the accessory slots would be too general to meet everyone's expectations. Bits are bits and pulling the right ones from sets would be ideal. Let me know when you are ready to sell.


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It is nice that you include a vision checker along the bottom row.

Should we do the check with glasses on or off?
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I would buy one, bits are always giving me grief with my bad eyes! I now keep them in bags with the size in sharpie.
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Neat idea. I'm sure it'll be great for a lot of people. I use divided cases for my bits, etc.
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Looks to be about $25-$27 shipped in the US.
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Looks good! I'd be interested if you had one with all the common pen-related sizes involved. Perhaps a little extra room for some add-ons would be a good idea. You know how we pen-makers can be with never having too much
I didn't mean extra holes or slots...I meant enough room around the circumference for us to make add-on holes for other bits or items we may want to keep with our bits. No big deal, just was trying to help. Either way I'd be interested...looks like a great rig.
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Looks good! I'd be interested if you had one with all the common pen-related sizes involved. Perhaps a little extra room for some add-ons would be a good idea. You know how we pen-makers can be with never having too much
I didn't mean extra holes or slots...I meant enough room around the circumference for us to make add-on holes for other bits or items we may want to keep with our bits. No big deal, just was trying to help. Either way I'd be interested...looks like a great rig.
About how much more room?
And how would want it spaced,
These measures Approx 7.5 x 5.25
Stand offs are 3" tall
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