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very useful and it doesent take up much space just what i need
 

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thats perfect for what i need in my shop would you mind if i used your idea …........
 

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Nice work, I made one like this as well although had 3 box's. Never enough clamps right? It helps.
 

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Great job

It looks very well
I just need one like this
I think I will use your idea
Thanks for sharing

What size?
 

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Clever idea, like it very much. Especially the swing out option makes this solution so spaceful. And i think it is ok without any finish.
Thank you for sharing!
 

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jchfromnyc

Thanks a lot for the link

Have a nice day
 

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I made one cause I thought I would get my clamps super organized. I did not use a heavy duty enough wood and the weight of all my clamps broke it. Yours looks like it will hold up much better.
 

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Mine has too many clamps on it. It hasn't broken yet, but she's bowed pretty bad.
Has anybody ever seen any kind of racks for "C" clamps. I have a bunch of them, all different
sizes and can't figure out a good way to hang them up. Thanks.
 

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Thanks all. SandyK - after making it and loading it, the smaller hinged shelf didn't bow, but I don't think the piano hinge can hold up to the weight. It flexes enough that there's about an inch difference in the bottom of the shelves at the right side. I put a little block of protruding wood for the shelf to rest on when closed. If I did it again, I would probably use heavy duty gate hinges, like in the plan.
 
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