Tool Box Plans:

 

Plans

Description of Project:

This set of plans describes how to make a sheet metal tool box. The tool box is 18 inches long, 5 ½ inches wide and 5 ½ inches tall. It is made of galvanized sheet metal and is riveted together. The project was originally designed for a high school metal work class and is easily completed by 15-18 year old students. Included with this plan is a mark sheet designed for evaluating the students work. This tool box mostly uses sheet metal skills and tools, but also incorporates the metal lathe for making the handle. A handle can be bought from any hardware store if a metal lathe is not available or you just want to speed up manufacturing. This tool box is very sturdy and with its shiny galvanized appearance, looks great with no finish. This set of plans for making a sheet metal tool box are is easy to follow even by the most novice metalworker.

Tool Box Plans:

Click on the Image to the right to see a copy of the first page of the plans for this tool box. The first page shows what tools and materials are needed, and what is included in the plans. Also included with the purchase of these plans is a full set of templates. If a paper copy of these template is required, e-mail me and I will send them to you for an additional $15.00. For a high school Metal Work class, these templates should be transfered to wood or metal.

Toolbox Plans


 

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