While I await the coming of the shed, and drying of the land and the organization of my garage, I find myself with plenty of time to browse and steal ideas from others :D
So, having had a chance yesterday after work to mount the zero-clearance plate on my Circular Saw, I’ve been planning to steal this idea from Cory’s blog. Essentially a much nicer looking version of a pegboard tool holder. My plan is to incorporate this system of French cleats everywhere I have wasted space, so that I can reorganize tools to new locations as I begin to develop my work patterns. I think it’s a brilliant idea and far, far nicer than pegboard.
I have a fairly big supply of 3/4” oak plywood left over in the garage, but I think I will save that for projects requiring more strength or nicer veneer, and pick up some quarter sheets of 1/2” for this.
-- I'm just learning how to cut the stuff with some other stuff...