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Project by dubgregory posted 628 days ago 1647 views 5 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a simple cabinet I originally made for holding a small air compressor and miscellaneous tools. Installed wheels on the bottom to roll around as needed. Constructed of plywood with a pine facing. Assembled the doors using kreg jig pocket holes. Added some left over counter top material for the top. I have since found uses for this cabinet inside the house.





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#1 posted 627 days ago

very nice!

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#2 posted 627 days ago

Nice work. Looks great. Kreg jigs are really great as well. I have several different ones.

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#3 posted 627 days ago

Awesome. Is that the compressor from HF? I kick myself everytime i see how much cheaper it was than my Porter Cable and they appear to be exactly the same…

Nice looking cart. Did you consider putting the compressor in a cabinet to tame the noise? I’ve been thinking about that lately but was concerned that it may overheat or something… Thoughts?

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#4 posted 627 days ago

Great job!

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#5 posted 625 days ago

Yep General Pheumatic compressor from HF. Had it for about a year, use it a lot with my brad nailer and has held up well. Having the compressor in the cabinet helped with noise a little, but not much. As long as your compressor is in a cabinet with some room for air circulation you should be fine, I never noticed mine getting warm.

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