|All the tools and stuff are moved from the grinder table and everything is blown clear of grit and debris. Grinders tend to collect a lot of grinder dust and metal filings.|
|Just a lot of sharpening jig parts, a diamond wheel dresser, a handled Allen wrench that fits my inserted tip tools, and some wing bolts that came from somewhere.|
|The top drawer holds my 3 " sanding disks and quick replacement disk holders. Grits range from 60 to 2000 although I have a few 40s hanging around for those cases where they are absolutely necessary.|
|Next shelf down is a file folder of full size sanding sheets, an extension for the sanding disks, a start wheel dresser for quick and dirty cleaning or shaping of a grinding stone, and a small stick with holes drilled, one on an angle, that hold a sanding disk when you do not want to power it with a drill. I have no idea what the plywood blocks are for, maybe something for the grinder? Now they are just gone.|
|Three tool boxes for sanding and pens|
|This one seems to have miscellaneous disks and sheets of sandpaper.|
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