|Project by BRod||posted 02-12-2014 03:23 AM||1936 views||11 times favorited||9 comments|
This is a project from my old shop that I’m just getting around to posting. Been away for a while, but got inspired by a few buddies to post my projects.
I got this idea out of the Wood America’s Best Workshops magazine. Think it was the 2008 version. It’s a very versatile rack that will hold a few board feet of wood, 4 or 5 full 4’x8’ pieces of sheet stock, all my clamps, and even a little spot for dowels.The whole thing is just about 8’ by 8’ and I decked the backside of it with pegboard to allow for a fully configurable organization there as well. It’s very sturdy and some of the little tricks to look for on it:
- pvc sections screwed to the underside to hold dowels
- 3/16” luan stapled to the underside of the top storage arms to hold short cutoffs
- customized clamp holders to fit a variety of clamps
Hope you enjoy it, if you have the space to build one of these it is really an awesome storage unit.