Step 3: Sink some more screws

At the corners of every grid add another screw, and another , and another, you get the point. This part of the build was really boring until my piece of worthless junk cordless died, I think the battery is shot. Well time to pull out the old standby, my old brace. This 60 year old brace never lets me down. It works great every time I use it and I have yet to need to replace the batteries. Needless to say the brace saved the day, whoa that rhymed.
This just gave me a fantastic idea. I have a grid laid out similar on my bench. 1"x1" if I send 2" or 3" screws through the intersections up from the bottom I will have a custom paint surface so I can paint more than 1 side at a time... Thanks for the post and the idea!
I thought about having a dedicated spot on a bench for painting but i dont do enough of it and i was a little daunted by having all of these screws pointed up at me all the time. Please be careful. Thanks for viewing my instructable.
I have a old gear driven drill / driver in this fashion. Everyone makes fun of it, but it works everytime, All the time.
Honestly i think that my old brace is just as fast as a cordless if you include charge time and cussing because the batteries are dead. I think the big tool companies, who want us to buy their tools, overlook these wonderful devices because they cant sell more stuff with them. Thanks for looking at my instructable.
Marge needs some censor bars :)
I clicked on this one cuase marge was nekkied :3

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