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Project by shelly_b posted 629 days ago 3664 views 24 times favorited 27 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I keep saying I need to organize my shop and have been wanting to build this ever since seeing it in the woodsmith plans. I finally got around to building it last week. The doors slide and there are hidden screen door wheels in the doors. They ride on an aluminum track on the bottom. The shelves are all adjustable. I probably won’t need them all but won’t know until I put my tools in it. I just need to choose a finish and make the bottom bin compartments so I can finally have a place for my smaller tools. I am excited for all of my tools to have a “spot” where they are easy to get to and put back:) Any suggestions for finnish? My boyfriend and his friends say golden oak…I put some light walnut on it and thought it looked good. I don’t want to go too dark b/c I would like for it to stand out from the peg board.





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Chris Moellering

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#1 posted 629 days ago

Nice job.

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Retsof

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#2 posted 629 days ago

Very nice. I’d go with the light walnut too.

-- "There seems to be a black hole in my garage that swallows up pencils and tape measures as soon as I put them down."

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Sandra

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#3 posted 629 days ago

Very cool and useful!

-- No, I don't want to buy the pink hammer.

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timthetoolman

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#4 posted 629 days ago

Very nice, it will come in handy like mine! Good job.

-- Tim The Toolman Dayton, Ohio

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Mark

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#5 posted 629 days ago

sheer genius…love the idea!

-- My purpose in life: Making sawdust

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#6 posted 629 days ago

excellent job.that should help with organization.

-- Marty.Athens,AL

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majuvla

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#7 posted 628 days ago

Beautifull cabinet,it would be good in living room either.

-- Ivan, Croatia, Wooddicted

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Thatcher

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#8 posted 628 days ago

Terrific! Must give this some consideration as I’m space challenged and fond of a project contributing to the tool shop! Thanks!

-- -T

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TimWood

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#9 posted 628 days ago

Nice build Shelly….you never regret the time invested when it helps you be more organized in the shop. As far as the stain, either would look great but you did the work and will use it….only question is, what finish do YOU like?

-- Tim Harrelson

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SirFatty

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#10 posted 628 days ago

Hope that it’s as useful as it looks! Nice work!

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kizerpea

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#11 posted 628 days ago

looks good shelly..you will have it full of STUFF in no time ..lol

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workerinwood

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#12 posted 628 days ago

Nice job!! Very useful, on my list to do after Christmas.

-- Jack, Albuquerque

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Lenny

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#13 posted 628 days ago

Very nicely done. Regarding your statement about the shelves, “I probably won’t need them all…”, I’d like to hear your view on that one year from now!

-- On the eighth day God was back in His woodworking shop! Lenny, East Providence, RI

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Jim Abbruzzese

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#14 posted 628 days ago

Looks great and I like the colors the way they are now. It kinda has a maple and walnut contrast to it. I’d just clear coat it.

-- Jim, http://moonlightwoodworker.blogspot.com

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kdc68

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#15 posted 628 days ago

Looks great. This will really keep you organized. If you have left over wood from this, you can make a sample board of stain colors. Sand the sample board with the same grits as the cabinet. Apply as many stain colors you want to the sample board. Apply a topcoat as well. When you choose the right color, finish the cabinet the same as you did the sample board. Thanks for sharing

-- Measure "at least" twice and cut once

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