|Project by mafe||posted 01-26-2014 09:36 PM||3434 views||6 times favorited||25 comments|
with a Danish accent…
First of all I need to tell those who did not see it; ‘I’m back in the shop’!
Made a little blog with a shop tour: http://lumberjocks.com/mafe/blog/39554
Sorry put the wrong link first…
This is the simple French cleat I put up on all the tool walls in the work shop.
I feel it makes a order and of course it makes it so much more easy to move stuff around and the move was also quite a but more easy like this.
1. The hand tools shop wall.
2. French cleat principle.
3. Cabinet with cleat on the back.
4. A lamp holder.
5. Board on cleat.
6. The machine room wall.
This one is for the smile.
My shop is not long enough for long boards in the table saw, so i have put it on wheels and place it in the little entrance when cutting long boards.
It then ends up in the kitchen…
Three pieces from one divider batten, these are the cheapest wood we can buy here.
(38×57mm). In this way the cleat are so cheap, that there are no excuse.
Now back in the shop – yabadabadooooo.
-- Mad F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.