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  1. Card Scraper Storage Tray

    Over the past year or so i've acquired quite a few cabinet scrapers as i've tried to figure out how to use them and put a hook on them. I used to think it was the tools problem when i couldn't get a good shaving with it, so i would buy a different one to try. Now that I've figured out how to...
  2. Padauk and ash box

    I needed something to keep my texturing tools together at the lathe, so I knocked out this box. Sides are two pieces of 18×3x⅜ inch padauk cut into a 12 and 6 inch length, then dovetailed together. Top and bottom are from a ¼x6×24 inch piece of ash, set in 6mm grooves plowed with my Luban 043...
  3. Organizer Organizer

    Here is my version of a storage bin cabinet. I went with a wall hanging version as floor space is limited in my shop. I used Harbor Freight storage cases to organize my small parts. The cabinet organizes my organizers. A build blog is located here . The construction is cabinet grade plywood...
  4. Shop Storage Cabinet

    I really need to get my shop more organized and create some good, usable storage. This cabinet is the start of a handful of shop storage projects and overall shop organization strategy. It's more fancy than need be but I like to try new things on shop projects just to hone my, still rather...
  5. Sliding Door Wall Cabinet

    I was tired of running out to my storage closet in the basement every time I need a nail or screw, so I built this simple wall cabinet with sliding doors. I used a router to carve out all the tracks for the sliding doors and also made dadoes for the shelves. Assembled with glue and pocket...
  6. Sandpaper Organizer Cabinet

    I have a lot of sandpaper. I know. I have a newer 6-inch orbital sander and still have my 5-inch sander too. Then add on all the sanding sheets, sponges, detail sanders, tack cloths, etc. and well, now you'll understand the necessity for this sandpaper organizer cabinet. The design is quite...
  7. Basic Shop Drawers

    I recently built a new miter saw station out of 2×4s. I left the bottoms open with the intention of adding different storage options underneath and I just finished the first step: building a set of simple drawers under the drill press module so I can store all my bits and various accessories. I...
  8. Flip Top Tool Storage

    Here I have my flip top tool station. Everything came out great except the slots in the flop top for the eye'd bolts. I had to get them in and it looks pretty rough but hey it is shop furniture. There is a 1 3/8" dowel going through the flip top, it rests in corresponding slots in the sides...
  9. Reclaimed Pine Plane Till with a surprise

    After being bitten by the hand plane bug, my collection quickly outgrew the storage space available in my small shop. I started researching how other LJ's had built tool cabinets and plane tills and was immediately struck by the additional storage in LukieB's design. With only 110 sq ft to...
  10. lumber storage cart From WWMM

    Just finished my lumber cart with plans and cut list from Steve Ramsey web site Woodworking for Mere Mortals. I used 3/4" shop grade maple ( I guess a little over the top, but I wanted it to match my router table) I used 4, 3" Clear Polyurethane Swivel Caster, (2 With Brakes) from harbor...
  11. New Stand for New Drill Press

    The latest addition to the shop has been a drill press. I needed someplace to put it which had storage space and was movable. This is my solution. 3/4 plywood and a 1/2 inch plywood back and drawer boxes. The top is covered with hardboard which is not attached. It fits tight in the band...
  12. Miscellaneous Shop Stuff

    I've just gotten back into woodworking after too long. Part of rebuilding my skills was to remember the lumber rack I had way back when and reconstruct it. Two-by-fours, on edge, lagged into the wall studs with holes drilled every 18 inches or so for the brackets. Brackets are 1/2" ply with a...
  13. Good use for scrap wood

    Needed something to do with scrap wood. Used french cleat for mounting
  14. Battery Storage/Dispenser Unit (VIDEO)

    Video can be found here: Storing batteries can be very dangerous, especially 9 volts. 9 volts are particularly dangerous because they have both the + and - terminals right next to each other. This can cause these batteries to easily contact something conductive and heat up extremely fast. This...
  15. Douglas fir flat panel shop cabinets

    I built a set of Douglas fir flat panel cabinets for my shipping container shop. Check out how they went together. http://www.brickelcreekwoodwork.com/blog/2015/1/20/douglas-fir-flat-panel-cabinets
  16. Tool Storage Wall Cabinet with Movable Dividers

    Here is a Tool Storage Wall Cabinet a made to help get all those handheld power tools, nail guns, and small jigs organized! It's got flexibility with movable dividers in the center shelf to allow for customization to specific tools. I mounted it on a french cleat system to allow for future...
  17. Kreg Router Table Cabinet plus add-on

    Saw a version of this cabinet on YouTube and decided since I had a Kreg table this would be a great add-on for mine. I basically followed the Kreg plan found on their website but I did not care for the drawer design. This part of the build came from a guy on YouTube, although I can't remember...
  18. Corn Hole Boards for Katie and Pablo's Wedding

    This is my daughter, Katie, and her fiance, Juan Pablo, painted on the corn hole boards I just completed. You see, their wedding is just six short weeks away. My youngest daughter, Jenny, the designated "Activities Director", tasked me the job of building two sets of corn hole boards. They...
  19. Cope and Stick Cabinet Door - Kaizen Foam Panel (VIDEO)

    Hello fellow LJ'ers I documented this build on my YouTube channel: On this weeks project I decided to cover my upper cabinet with some doors. Not only is this to gain more wall storage back with the kaizen foam, but it will also make my videos look cleaner. I used 3/4" oak hardwood, 1/4"...
  20. Cordless Drill Charging Station

    I was sick and tired of not being able to find my cordless drills and having their accessories and chargers strewn all about the shop. So I searched around for some good ideas (many of which I saw from LumberJocks) and incorporated a lot of different ideas into my finished product. I took a...
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