Now that is a weird title. Oh well, guess you have to consider the source.
Glenn designed this cabinet to hold my WorkSharp in a position where I can easily use the three sides where something goes on. That is 1) work the top for wide or curved blades, 2) work all flat blades up to 2 width using the pre-set angles, and 3) see in the opening where the bevel angle is shown.
I just grabbed a few discs and put them in the slots to show how the cabinet will be used. The homemade MDF disc is the only one that really shows up; the glass discs just fade into the shadows.
1 Overall view prior to shellacing. It is the same Baltic Birch so should come out the same color.
2 Door off. The door is held on with two 1/4 rare earth magnets.
3 Closer pic
4 Shows the location of the WorkSharp. It is partially on the top of the 14 BS cabinet and partially on the new addition to the BS cabinet.
5 This is the discs in the plastic cabinet I have been using for years. Each disk is in a plastic (sort of like a sandwich bag) bag. I used the bags so a coarser grit could not get to a finer grit disk.
6 External view of the original storage cabinet.
I hope you enjoyed this. I certainly did. AND I certainly am going to enjoy it for years.