Almost every large stationary tool in my shop came with a small set of tools to make adjustments — wrenches (some metric, some SAE) screwdrivers, and chuck keys. But few are labeled with size or use description. And sadly, none of the machines came with a place to conveniently store the tools. As a solution, I use small pieces of plywood with properly sized holes to fit the accessories for each tool. Then I fit a rare-earth magnet in the back. Now, whenever I need to make an adjustment, the appropriate tool is right at hand. The Allen wrenches for my band saw are out of the way when operating the tool, but still easy to access. The block can be used to store more than just tools. It also makes a handy pencil holder.