|Project by sIKE||posted 1686 days ago||5920 views||29 times favorited||20 comments|
Well, after Christmas I looked around the shop and realized that I had way to much short wood on hand. I keep cutting other wood down to small sizes as I need, instead of using all of this stuff. Mainly cause it was to hard to find. I do have a bad case of keepus crappus that I shouldntus…..plus SWMBO said no more wood you have too much!
So the first two (in the first pic) you see here are out of a Wood Magazine and a project by Greg Wurst. I am also going to come back and add some clamp racks to the outsides of these cutoff bins ala the Best Workshops 2009 issue. I basically made the first one just like Greg’s, the second one I wanted to store plywood cutoffs but since those can be square I removed a couple of shelfs out of the mix and made two of the cubbyholes taller.
The third (second and third pics) is the original storage rack from my garage shop days. I had some junk stored in so pulled it out of mothballs added some casters. It is now being used to store larger plywood cutoffs.
My sincere hope is to now that I am able to easily see what I have on hand I should be able to utilize it and start burning this stuff off, before I go camping this summer and really burn it off.
-- //FC - Round Rock, TX - "Experience is what you get just after you need it"