|Project by JenWoodworking||posted 01-12-2010 08:58 PM||5008 views||20 times favorited||21 comments|
So I know its not finished, but wanted some tips…And thought maybe others would like to get started on one. Its already handy.
I’m starting to look for things more often than anything and decided I not only need more storage, but wanted a spot where everything is ALWAYS at my finger tips, so this is what I have so far.
The dimensions closed are;
For the wheel base it is 30” x 30” MDF with 6 3” caster wheels (2 with brakes).
The cabinet is W 22” x D 28” H 6’ made out of 3/4” pine box and 3/4” plywood backing (not sure which flavor)
Open; 12” deep shelves on one side and 8” on the other(this side only has two wheels)
WONDERING if anyone has some clever suggestions or links to tool holders/organizers
Power tools on the bottom, I plan to add 2 more shelves on the bottom of each side.
I was thinking LOTS of magnetic strips, but don’t really know how to decide on the strength I need.
And a pegboard backing on one side that has another peg board swinging out.
Add a fold down ‘plans/bit changing’ table.
It will do for now, have got to get back to other projects. Still needs a lot of work but is holding the staples and this gives me time to plan out where the permanent homes for everything will be.
Wanted to show my removable, adjustable very simple bit storage. Should have drilled a 3rd row of holes for the back wall and added more shelf pins, but the finishing nails work for now ;)
Anyone got a any suggestions on how to make the most of my space.
-- Jen loves wood!