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  1. cull pack projects - lumber rack

    made entirely from cull pack lumber! this rack has been assembled to safely store my lumber, both dimensional and sheet goods! and more! Updated Pictures & Details Below i borrowed a few ideas from other lumber rack designs, mine came together quickly using a double arm design and triple...
  2. Drywall/sheet goods rack

    I had a large item clutter issues in my shop, so this week I set out to correct that. I cut some dimensional lumber to length to hang a rack from my 10' 5" high loft joists. Before: and after:
  3. Swing-Out Sheet Goods Storage

    Made of wood? No. Important to the functioning of my shop? Absolutely. I originally designed my 1,000 sq. ft. shop as a place to store the family vehicles and indulge a hobby in my retirement; however, within a short period of time news of my work spread by word of mouth, and, long story short...
  4. Lumber Sheet Rack

    I just finished this rolling lumber cart, i got the plan from Steve Ramsay http://www.woodworkingformeremortals.com/2013/01/make-rolling-lumber-cart.html I made the base wider, so i could fit other things on it like say horses, various jigs for the table saw etc. Its amazing how much you can...
  5. Sheet goods cutting bench.

    I find that one of the most difficult tasks in my shop is handling and cutting full 4' x 8' sheet goods to sizes manageable on my table saw, etc. In the past, I wrestled sheets of plywood onto saw horses which was never fun as the saw horses sometimes tried to tip over with sliding of the...
  6. Plywood rack for Toyota Tacoma Pickup

    Well with the price of gasoline, I finally gave up and dropped down to a smaller sized pickup. But I still occasionally want to haul a piece of plywood and, of course, it won't fit between the fender wells on a Tacoma like it will on a full sized pickup. So I designed a rack that stores on the...
  7. Sheet Goods Cart

    In the past I had a sheet goods cart that was just one "bay" and it was attached to the corner of a wall on two wheels with hinges so it can swing out. That turned out to be not as useful as I originally imagined because it was hard to actually see what I had in it and sift through all the...
  8. Lumber storage

    Nothing that hasn't already been designed, built, and posted here, but this project was new to me, and what a relief (as you can see from the before picture) to get my sheet goods and scraps organized! A couple of minor differences I hadn't seen though: Instead of heavy duty casters, I used...
  9. Sheet Goods Rack/Cart

    Since I stumbled across Lumberjocks while looking for ideas for this project, I figured I should post it as my first project! I have been needing to build a mobile storage rack for sheet goods for my garage shop that does double duty as (shock!) a garage! Because space is at a premium, I...
  10. Sheet Goods Cart - no more leaning!

    With most sheet goods rack designs, the sheets are on one side, with stock on the other. So the sheets all lean to one side on each other, which makes it a hassle to look through them, and to hold up the ones in front while pulling out a sheet deeper in the stack. I built this cart with all...
  11. Sheet Goods Cart/ Lumber Rack

    Recently finished up my sheet goods cart to go with the lumber rack that I finished up a few months ago. I borrowed the idea for the cart from SawdustTX (https://www.lumberjocks.com/projects/418031 ), I needed a bit more room for cut offs and smaller lengths so I decided to only have one side...
  12. Sheet Goods & Cutoffs Trolley/Rack

    Inspired by a model that I've seen in a magazine or on the web, I built myself this sheet goods and cutoffs trolley, or mobile rack. About 15 years ago I built a narrower sheet goods mobile rack (kind of tippy) and about two years ago a mobile cutoffs bin, but this new one combines both, meaning...
  13. lurning turning, some pens

    my first turnings… some pens (and 1 pencil) from the Penn State starter kit…
  14. Wood Rack w/ Panel Saw

    Here we have my just finished wood Rack with Panel saw attached. I kinda got the idea for the rack from someone on here (a lady) and the wood whisper. I chose to use the 2×4 horizontal for space instead of vertical like the wood whisper, the lady did it this way. The Short supports come out...
  15. I was told by my love to make some ornaments for the tree now!!! LOL

    We are having a homemade Christmas this year! So I made these ornaments yesterday.
  16. purpleheart/ash burl pipe

    This Purpleheart pipe I made is from a small corner scrap that was leftover from a bowl, to me this could be a purple ember. The stem is an ash burl that reminds me of smoke. It's really cool to make a peice of this caliber out of the smallest scraps of wood. I did everything on the lathe...
  17. My sheet good storage solution

    I finally built some sheet good storage that I've been wanting since I put up my shop in 2000. It has a 2×12 torsion box sort of base that has a 2×12 attached at one end and two sheets of 3/4 plywood for sides. I put a very heavy duty wheel under the open end and three large T-strap hinges on...
  18. Compact Sheet Goods Storage Rack

    Shamelessly copied from here: I needed a place to store sheet goods that was out of the way yet easily accessible and this fit the bill. It's made from a couple 2×8's, a 4×8 sheet of 1/2" plywood, a couple 2×4's, a 3" heavy-duty fixed caster from Harbor Freight, and 3 strap hinges. Total...
  19. Small Lumber Rack for a Small Workshop

    Yet another lumber and sheet goods rack ! This one is tailored to my small shop, but I suppose it could easily be scaled up to make a bigger version. It's 3' high by 8' long and around 16" deep. It doesn't really take up much floorspace or wallspace as I've put it between my workbench and the...
  20. Bodhran Player

    I don't usually carve from a pattern, but I couldn't resist doing this one. I carved this for my Irish "Sweetheart Bairbre", otherwise known as my spouse. It's carved from a single piece of Basswood. The dimensions are 4" x 4" x 8" The pattern came from the British Magazine, "WOODCARVING"...
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