|From the bottom shelf comes mineral oil, vegetable oil and a small bottle of the two mixed 50/50. I get the mineral oil by the gallon from a store that supplies it to racing horse owners. It is a lot cheaper than drug stores.|
|The next shelf has various tool rests for the lathes, both commercial and made for me by a welding friend.|
|These rubber snake wrenches are great for removing stuck face plates and the like. There is no danger of scarring the metal with them. I have a few brass brushes around the shop. The brass does not cause rust stains on wet wood.|
|The box drawer is handy for holding bits and pieces. The pipe is used to hold 1/2" tool bits for sharpening in the jig. They are used in my big roughing tool.|
|On the top live my Oneway 4 jaw chuck and various tail stock and headstock centers. They fit into the 3/4" holes drilled into the top.|
|I drilled a few more holes into the top to make things a little neater from here on.|
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