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A simple shelf/ box to store saw blades in- perfect for organizing the workshop. Acrylic dividers make it easy to find the blade you’re looking for.

Difficulty easy


Kreg Tools

Other Tools

  • Circular Saw (corded)
    Circular Saw (corded)
  • Square
  • Tape Measure
    Tape Measure
  • Drill (cordless)
    Drill (cordless)
  • Sander
  • Tape Measure
    Tape Measure
  • Utility Knife
    Utility Knife


Wood Products

  • 1 Plywood , 3/4" Thick , Half Sheet

Hardware & Supplies

  • 1 Sheet Acrylic
  • 8 Kreg Screws for plywood

Cut List & Parts

  • 2 Top and Bottom , 13" x 11.5"
  • 2 Sides , 11.5"x11.5"


  • Cut Plywood to Size

    I used my Kreg Rip Cut to cut the 3/4" plywood to size. I sized mine for the largest type of saw blade we needed which meant 11 1/2" interior for us. I made it a perfect square, so had the top and bottom cut 1 1/2" longer. Sand if needed.

  • Drill Pocket Holes

    I drilled two pocket holes per side to connect the plywood box.

  • Cut Grooves for Dividers

    You could use a plunge router for this. I used my skill saw on a shallow depth and my Kreg Rip Cut for a guide. I cut four grooves for dividers in the top and bottom pieces of plywood.

    Optional- cut grooves for backing (I did this but then took it out. I preferred it without.

  • Assemble Box

    Assemble the box using pocket holes. Be sure to line up your grooves front to back so you will be able to slide in your dividers.

  • Cut Acrylic Dividers

    You could choose to route thicker grooves and use hardboard for your dividers. I used acrylic I had on hand. Cut acrylic by scoring with a utility knife and a straight edge (score a few times), then snapping it over the edge of a table.

  • Slide in the Dividers

    Slide them in and it's ready to go! Sand down any rough edges showing using a fine grit sandpaper (I used 100)