Prescription and Safety Glass Holder

Forum: Jigs & Fixtures

Sometimes you just gotta goof off. So it was the other day. I was tired of chasing my various glasses around and just didn’t feel like being productive and tending one of the many projects that needed my attention.

Put all the above together and this is what I came up with. Eventually, I make some more knobs, using T nuts, and swap out the ones seen in the photo.

Tags: glasses safety glasses eye eyes prescription glasses bifocals magnifying

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Wolf (& Rabbit!) ...

a bit..erm….overkill?….heh….very cool and very fun. I might have to try this.

Kelly ...

Oh contrare, it, obviously, is underkill. I rushed and didn’t install another pivot at the actual rack ;)

Jeff Vandenberg ...

Now thats a cool design.

Jeff Vandenberg ...

Had to come back and say you should submit this to the different woodworking magazine s just a chance you could win a prize on this

Kelly ...

Thanks for the idea Jeff. I thought it a bit crude for too much attention, but it could be played with.

Someone else suggested making it I-Pad friendly. Obviously, there is potential for many uses, including room for a phone. Obviously, if you ever raise your ceiling, you wouldn’t have to replace it.

TonyCan ...

Cool idea!

Jeff Vandenberg ...

See this is what I was saying this woodworker sent in a Idea for drawer dividers and received an air filtration system. This is from the new issue of Wood; issues 235

a1jim ...

Totally a unique idea for glasses ,good job.

Kelly ...

I have a couple dozen T nuts, but haven’t gotten around to making more knobs yet. When I do, I’ll replace the nuts with them.

Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

interesting idea , I’m always looking for my safety glasses .

Shin ...

Cool!

Jack ...

I need that too. Great job.

James L Wilcox ...

Very unique, come in handy in a small shop. Great space saver. Good job.

Brian ...

Silly, useless, absurd… In other words, AWESOME!!