|Project by Holbs||posted 08-02-2015 01:39 AM||1391 views||3 times favorited||5 comments|
Just something I’ve tossed together “quickly” while learning dado’s, grooves, tongues for cabinetry casework. I was going to go the extra mile and toss on doors, but something came up where I needed to get these 2 out of the way. They are nothing fancy, regular ‘ol HD 3/4” ply, all glue & clamps, no screws. Both carts sit on 5” casters.
Drill Press Cart: made the drill press table out of a re-purposed butcher block top. The Rockler split fence I “acquired”. Will be adding pull out drawers for bits and such later on.
Sanding Cart: needed to have a home base for a majority of sanding needs. From my Grizzly combo sander, sand paper sheets, sanding belts (for the grizzly and possible future hand belt sander), sanding disks (6” and 5”), and sanding hand tools. I previously had to hunt down sandpaper in my 2 car garage as they moved by themselves. Now with both of these carts finalized, I have a better organized shop. Yea…I know, they are not pretty to look at. But I’m not out to win awards just yet.
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