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First pic is my new lumber and sheet goods storage. Lumber is on some $1.79 shelf angle brackets. Should work as it is just holding my larger offcuts and left overs. As the stack grows, I will grow the storage solution. Sure better than when I had them stickered on the floor with the sheet goods leaning against the wall. Sheet goods holder I copied from here.

Who stole it from here

Second is a roll around cart for my drill press and belt/disk sander. Got the plans here
The case under the sander is my new Makita 10.8v Drill and impact driver combo that I really need to review but haven't got around to it yet. Tomorrow I plan to build the shelved unit from shop notes for my planer and jointer. I am tired of lifting the 70lb planer up of the floor every time I want to use it. For the link to the Shop notes page I have to thank Spaids

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Looking good Jimmy…can't wait to see it all come together !!!! You about ready for hat cold one you promised me ?? lol
 

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looks good every little bit helps
 

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Lumberjocks - Supporting idea pilfering for the woodworking community. ;)

I've taken so many ideas from here they should start charging my admission!
 

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Who cares where you stole the idea it's yours now. Nice job.
 

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From your Chess Table incident, I think you need a real cold one, not a glass of tea. The shop is slowly coming together, and there is still room for the wifes van when I'm not home.
 

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From your Chess Table incident, I think you need a real cold one, not a glass of tea

LOL…no kidding !!!
 

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If they didn't want their idea stolen (Borrowed) they wouldn't have posted it here… lol
Personally, I find it very rewarding to know that others have borrowed some of various parts of my projects… a little flattering actually…
Keep sharing, that's how the woodworking community became so strong…
 
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