Customize your Easel experience with Easel Toolbox! Your Easel Toolbox is a personal collection of your favorite bits and materials that are readily available for your carving projects.
If you've purchased bits and materials from the Inventables store, you can add them into your Toolbox for quick carve set-up. Once you add Inventables bits and add Inventables materials to your Toolbox, they will be available in the project set-up menus for past, present, and future projects.
All Easel and Easel Pro users can carve using Inventables bits and materials added to their Toolbox.
It is also possible to add custom bits and add custom materials to your Toolbox, even if they aren't from Inventables. This is useful if you have bits or materials purchased from local vendors or specialty retailers that are exclusive to your projects.
Anyone can add custom bits and materials to their Toolbox, but only Easel Pro users can carve using custom bits and materials in their Toolbox. Easel users will need to buy an Easel Pro membership if they want to carve with custom bits and materials in their Toolbox.
Your Easel Toolbox is a powerful tool when paired with Easel Pro's Stored Cut Settings feature. Easel Pro monthly or annual subscribers can save custom cut settings so they are automatically applied to future projects. Whenever you select a material and bit combination, the cut settings used for the carve can be saved to your Easel Pro account. These saved cut settings will automatically be applied to new—and old—Easel Pro projects using the same material/bit combination.
If you'd like to carve with custom bits and materials and use Stored Cut Settings, sign up for an Easel Pro membership!
Check out these tutorials to learn how to use your Easel Toolbox:
- How to Add Custom Materials to your Toolbox
- How to Add Inventables Materials to Your Easel Toolbox
- How to Add Custom Bits to Your Easel Toolbox
- How to Add Inventables Bits to Your Easel Toolbox
- How to Carve with a Custom Bit from Your Easel Pro Toolbox
- How to Delete a Bit from Your Easel Toolbox
- How to Delete a Material from Your Easel Toolbox