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i built some clamp racks.i've been i guess i would say intimidated by building these for some reason but after i watched a video by fellow lj @Rock-n H woodshop i decided to try it.i went by alot of how he did it and then adapted the rest to meet my needs.they are not perfect but they'll work.i made a little extra room cause as you know you are always expanding how many clamps you own.thanks for looking any comments good or bad are always welcome!!!!

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Your just on fire this week man, I love it. Great work!
 

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Sometimes the basic things are just impossible to get done … but these look great. Your work flow will be better, without a doubt!
 

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Some super great clamp storage racks Marty… would give you an A+ on em but had a issue… that sign on the door really took something away from the whole project….rofl. Those should serve you well for many years to come buddy….nice job
 

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Very handy well done.
 

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thanks for the kind words everyone,so far its made it alot easier to get my shop cleaned up.
sorry for the sign buster it was the best i could do.lol.i thought it made the shop look better.
 

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Very well done. They look great. I only wish I had that much wall space to hang them on. LOL
 

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Great idea practical project :: Looks well made and tidy :: Should make life so much easier having them all in one place ::
 

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I've been pondering how to store my Irwin squeeze clamps, it seems you have the answer because my current solution of using long pegs on the pegboard just isn't cutting it.
 

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Love the Racks, they look awfully familiar. Great job on utilizing what would be normally wasted space. Now you have a good way to store and show off your prized clamps
 

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I'm on the fence….I can't decide if I should build some clamp racks like you have or if I should build a rolling clamp cart. My shop isn't really secure. I keep my tools that can be walked off with in my secure garage. My Master when I was an Apprentice had cool racks like you just built, but his shop was secure. Now he works for the "man" and isn't running his show anymore…

I'm getting 6 Jorgensen Cabinet Master 48 inchers for my birthday this Saturday, so clamp storage is on my mind!

14=Thanks for complimenting my shop Marty!=88
 

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nice clamp storeage racks fellow alabama'in! sorry not a good speller!
 

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Nice job on your clamp racks. Anything that can make your shop's workflow more efficient is worth doing. Keep having a good time playing in your shop.
 

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Great build for organizing. And good idea to leave room for additional clamps, never can have enough of those little buggers.

I would agree with RedWoodFever, I think a rolling cart would work well, providing you have sufficient floor space.
 
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