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I got this pipe clamp rack idea from this months Wood magazine. I decided to do double rows, instead of a single row. This made the 3/4 inch plywood feel a bit flimsy. So I used some 11 by 1 by 3/4 oak scrap to mount and reinforce the racks. I might have gotten a bit carried away. But it is a solid safe setup. It is nice to have my pipe clamps in one place. And not tucked into every corner and in my way.

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This is a great concept and your version looks really nice. It seems like a great way to free up valuable wall space in the shop.
 

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Great job, that'll work…. Well done
 

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great idea, simple and effective
 

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I love these projects that improve your quality of life in the shop. Good job, and enjoy it!
 

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Looks great! I really like that you made two rows to fit more clamps into the space.
 

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Now that is a GREAT setup!!!
thanks for sharing with us!!!
 

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Now that is one smart solution to many a wood workers storage problem for clamps. Thanks for sharing it with us.
 

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Verry original idea. Improvisation is the mother of all inventions.
 

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Excellent idea thanks for sharing
 

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Great idea and looks like it holds a lot of clamps with the double rows. Don't think I would try it in a shop with 10 ft ceilings though , be kind of tough to reach.
 

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I LOVE an organized shop! This is a great idea and looks well executed. Thanks for sharing this!
 

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That is really cool. Great job
 

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Nice, have to see about using this in my shop as most would admit I need more space!
 
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