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Make your own wooden toolbox by following these simple steps.

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How to make a wooden toolbox

HowtoMake a WoodenToolbox


Things you will require

  • 6’ 1×10 clear pine

  • 6’ 1×6 clear pine

  • 2-4’ 1 ¼“daimeter dowel

  • Wood glue

  • Wood screws

  • Pilot drill

  • Bit brace

  • Pull saw

  • Sandpaper

Now let s start

Now Let’s Start

Making Wooden Toolbox

Step 1
Step 1:

  • Firstly, begin by deciding on a particular size for the wooden toolbox. As a suggestion, try making it a little bigger so that it can accommodate longer tools easily.

  • Now ensure that wood for the box has square ends. Use T-square to mark lines about an inch from the end and trim them down with a saw.

Step 2
Step 2:

  • Once done with trimming the wooden squares, measure and begin cutting them.

  • Because, the bottom and side of the toolbox will have caps in the ends, you need to cut them a bit longer than other pieces.

Step 3
Step 3:

  • Precisely design the end pieces and cut them. Measure six 1/4′’ to the bottom of 1×10 section and spot it on two banks of the board.

  • Connect the mark at 6 ¼’ with the arc and repeat the same for the other side.

Step 4
Step 4:

  • Place the compass on 11” mark and draw a circle at 1 ¼’ mark hole. Cut out this section using a pull saw.

  • Drill a hole in the handle using brace and bit. Make sure that that you place the center screw in the midpoint of 11” mark.

Step 5
Step 5:

  • Use a rasp and clean the top of side piece. Remember to repeat the whole thing for the other section and you can use the first one as a stencil.

  • Attach the end pieces to the end of the board and screw them tight. 

Step 6
Step 6:

  • Place the edge of side section over the end of bottom plank and screw it accurately. Make sure that you drive screws deep into the surface.

  • Use wooden glue to the section and hammer to make the joints stays resilient.

Step 7
Step 7:

  • By now you will have a good frame for the toolbox. Simply add the longer sections between the two the triangular faces.

  • Use sand paper and provide proper finish at the ends, especially the handle of the toolbox.