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Subject:
Jobs for the caddy

Bill Tindall, E.Tn.
Exactly what blade do you use in the coping saw?

Taking a cue from golf, I need a caddy that would produce the tool I need when I need it and even recommend the best tool as needed, read how the grain lies(or is it lays), etc. When done the caddy would stow the tool until needed again. In her spare time she would sweep up the annoying bits that get under my feet when removing waste. :) :) :)

My caddy takes up no more room than your coping saw- 8 x 4.5". Think the advantage of a sky scraper. Real estate becomes 3 dimensional. Space is not a reason not to own one. However there are many other reasons not to own one and I am not making a recommendation for anyone to own one.

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