I will make the tool holders first. They are great. I use the stupid metal clips that are supposed to go in pegboard. I got a sheet of the T slot material but haven’t found anything that really works to my satisfaction. The GF will make some great clips, not quite a French cleat system but better than pegboard.
I found that I don’t need to move my tools around enough for screws to be bothersome. Did at one point have an ambitious plan with some magnetic bases, however never really followed it through. Think I will look into making a website that can generate svg’s for a few types of tools given some tool measurements.
Your design looks pretty cool. I’m not sure what the circles in the base are for though. It’s hard to tell from the picture.
If you are in Windows (which it looks like), there is a tool that is installed in most Windows distributions to take a snapshot of your screen. It’s called Snipping Tool. Go to your start menu and type “snippi” and it should come up. It makes it very easy to take a screenshot. I think it’s available in Windows 10, but I’m not 100% sure.
Also, in SketchUp, you can do “File -> Export -> 2D Graphic” and export your design as a PNG image. It will save your current view.
Those are 2 ways to easily show what’s on your screen.
Some day I should brush up on shortcuts and stuff in Windows. It is in Windows 10. I just to the PrtScn key. Haven’t done a Windows screen recording ever, but have been looking at software for that purpose. Usually just do screen grabs and listed instructions rather than a video record and voice over. If I were a beta tester (sung to the tune of “If I only had a brain”) I’d have to do that to share all the goodies.
It’s true, PrtScn will also capture a screenshot into the cut/paste buffer, and then you can just paste it in an email or image program (like Gimp). I think Ctrl + PrtScn will capture just the active window instead of the whole screen.
I like the Snipping tool because you can also capture just small parts of the screen and save them to a file.