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Old 07-30-2014, 04:17 PM   #1
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I've noticed many of the folks in the videos seem to store blades in tubes. Where do they get them? Craft stores or ???

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Hi Ray

I got mine off ebay. search test tubes
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I got mine at Shop Storage Tubes - Lee Valley Tools

They fit in the slots of the EX-21 great.

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I looked at the offering on Amazon but that looks like overkill. I like the plastic tubes by the dozen. Thanks Bill Wilson.

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I use these, they are bullet proof
Baby Soda Bottles - Giant Test Tubes | Steve Spangler Science
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I use the baby soda bottles to store the blades when still bundled, then move them to smaller tubes (like the ones from Lee Valley) one bundle at a time.

In both cases I have tubes for each size/type.
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Thanks everybody. I have pretty much figured out what I want. I really like those "soda" bottles Rolf. I just might have to get some of them. I wonder if they might be found at our local Michael's Crafts store.

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I would check Michaels online . I would be surprised if they have them
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I've noticed many of the folks in the videos seem to store blades in tubes. Where do they get them? Craft stores or ???

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Amazon has plastic test tubes in a stand with plastic stopped. works great and fits under the saw nicely.
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