French Fit Tool Tray

After building my new toolbox, I needed to protect my tools from rolling around into each other and potentially damaging one another. I created a few quick and dirty tool tray holders using scrap plywood and a scroll saw.

French fitting custom locations for your tools is surprisingly easy. Simply layout your tools, trace around them, and then cut the shapes out on a scroll saw. I used a 1-1/4″ spade bit to create the finger holds to make removing the tools easier.

French fit tool tray

Detail around the combination square

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About Ryan

Ryan is currently a National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratory. His research area includes Prognostic Health Management of Electronics. For more information please visit: www.rdlowe.com
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