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08-17-2018 03:13 PM

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I would like to get into woodworking. I did some long time ago but nothing major – just small fun projects. I do enjoy the design side of it and wanted some feedback on this cabinet with casters for storing tools, screws, clamps, etc. I have a 2 car garage but I don’t have the room to keep my stuff set up all the time so I thought this could be taken outside to the driveway to do some work. I have not ironed out the details, joinery, drawer slides, etc. I show shelves on both sides currently but they can be a french cleat system for holding tools or cut-outs for tools, such as drills, hand tools, clamps, etc. This is likely too big a project to get me started but thought I would share if anyone would like to build something similar. I have 2D drawings with dimensions if anyone would like them. Thanks for the feedback. BTW, the lower 2 drawers are full length so they can be pulled from either end and the set of drawers on the sides meet in the middle.

Thank you,

John


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#1 posted 08-17-2018 06:26 PM

That looks pretty neat. One suggestion might be to put a lip on the shelves to help items stay put while rolling around.

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#2 posted 08-17-2018 06:38 PM

I like the idea of the drawers on the ends. One thought would be to make a clamp rack on one side instead of shelves. Having you clamps nearby is pretty handy.

Even though you say it might be too big of a project for you, I suggest you make it. No better way to stretch your skills than to learn by doing and solving design issues as you go. . If nothing else building your own design will help make sure that future designs are buildable.

-- Nathan, TX -- Hire the lazy man. He may not do as much work but that's because he will find a better way.

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