Paper Organizer

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Project by missingdigitworkshop posted 1631 days ago 2048 views 2 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a paper sorter / mail box I make for some local teachers. It is designed to hold 8.5×11 sheets and has a book shelf on the bottom.

It’s 36 high, 37.5 wide and 11.75 deep. Made from 1/2” ply. Dividers are 1/4” tempered hard board. The back is 1/8” tempered hard board.

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#1 posted 1631 days ago

Very cool well done

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#2 posted 1630 days ago

Nice, going to fit a lot of paper in there. Teachers shap the minds of our future leaders. Gotta be nice to them.

BTW Interresting picture. “Missing Digit WorkShop” Sounds like there’s a story behind that one.

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#3 posted 1630 days ago

A great looking sorting station. Nice job.

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#4 posted 1630 days ago

Looks like it will be a very useful piece of cabinetry. Projects that make life more organized are great!

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#6 posted 1507 days ago

How did you do the vertical dividers? just butt to the shelves??

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#7 posted 1503 days ago

nice build… could use one of those in my home office…. lol

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#8 posted 1315 days ago

Fredf: Sorry for the late reply. The dividers are slid into a 1/4×1/4 dadoes on the outside and finger jointed for the 3 middle supports.

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