|Workshop by january||posted 01-15-2014 03:21 AM||1439 reads||0 times favorited||7 comments|
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Sharing the double-car garage with the usual garage junk (lawnmower, recycles), my gardening paraphenelia and bikes (luckily no cars, though). Not too much to look at now, but this is probably the most organized it’s been in awhile.
Wood rack is just one of those wire shelf systems without the shelves. I used the deepest shelf brackets I could find. I have panel goods slipped in behind the cut-off bins (milk crates and buckets) and my clamp collection hanging on another shelf support off to the right. I’ll probably upgrade at some point. The shelf brackets aren’t really that stable for things that are getting moved often, like wood. (I had a little “incident” involving me laying on the floor with a pile of wood on top of me. Fun times. Who says woodworking’s not exciting?)
The blue bins have everything from electrical to automotive and painting supplies, labeled for The Better Half who complains about not being able to find anything in my Cave. I’ve been making do with two utility tables on bricks (to add height) + a homemade bench hook and judicious clamping for my workbench. Santa has been good this year, though! A bonafide woodworking bench is on it’s way as we speak! Woohoo!
-- Heh heh, you said "wood"