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  1. Projects Tool Storage Cabinet

    I hate an unorganized shop, and my metal shelving unit became a catch-all for anything and everything. So, it was time to change it up and add a more custom shop tool storage cabinet. The shelves of the cabinet rest on heavy-duty pins, so reorganizing or if I get some new tools, I can change the...
  2. Tool Cabinet

    I received a number of hand tools for Christmas and needed someplace to store them. I also had some reclaimed lumber that and some perfboard lying about the shop. Here's the result, attached to the wall with french cleats. I know it's not the fanciest tool cabinet ever displayed on Lumberjocks...
  3. Slightly different woven board

    This board has a background and accent stripe of New Guinea Rosewood with the main weave of Tasmanian Blackwood and the other accent is Purpleheart. I hope the pics are big enough and there is a bit more detail.
  4. Simple Shopsmith storage shelf

    This shelf and second shelf are part of my continued attempts of a 20 year owner to make storage under the Shopsmith. I have made the accessory shelf in the extra picture from a 2×10 planed to an inch and mounted to a 2×2 bolted to the side. I planed the accessory order to suit my use and...
  5. Tool storage, miter saw station

    design based on Ron Paulk's modular tool trailer find details on my blog here: http://rogerxue-eim.blogspot.com/2014/11/tool-storage-miter-saw-station.html
  6. Will Work For Now

    So I know its not finished, but wanted some tips…And thought maybe others would like to get started on one. Its already handy. I'm starting to look for things more often than anything and decided I not only need more storage, but wanted a spot where everything is ALWAYS at my finger tips, so...
  7. Better than a Cardboard Box for Plow Plane

    After purchasing the Veritas small plow plane I decided that a cardboard box just wasn't appropriate to keep it in. My other planes hang on the wall so I can get to them easily but with the 5 blades plus the 3 beading blades it seems better to keep everything together. The box is made of a...
  8. Alder Hand Saw Rack

    Sorry these photos are pretty blurry.
  9. Drill Charging Station

    This was one of my very first shop projects. The initial design was from Jay Bates Drill Charging Station. It grew from there and its sole purpose was to be a location for all of my Porter Cable 20v tools. It was fun to learn how to use pocket holes and some basic woodworking techniques. As my...
  10. Pegboard Tool Stand

    At the theme park job I had over the summer I had to build a pegboard stand for some 'weapons' in one of the park's Halloween mazes. That weekend I told my kid about the stand and he mentioned, "Dad, I've never seen a rack like that, with all the tools in place on hooks." Duh! The light...
  11. Plane Storage Shelf

    I cast around for a long while trying to find a better way to store my planes. I had built a saw till, (also included in the first picture) last summer and finally decided that my plane storage should be a companion sized piece. I looked over all kinds of different options but most things seemed...
  12. Power Tool Chest

    This is the anarchist's power tool chest, if there is such a thing. The inspiration for this project came from perusing internet photos of actual anarchist's tool chest photos. Currently the majority of my tools require electricity. And up until recently all these tools took up a massive amount...
  13. Yet Another Pekovich Tool Cabinet

    This is the tool cabinet, built kinda/sorta from the Fine Woodworking article/plan, by Mike Pekovich. I bought the plan because a.) it was on sale, and b.) I didn't want to think, and just follow directions. But that turned out not to be the case. So to speak. Anything with this kind of...
  14. Improved and Compact Saw Till with No Balls •

    Dec. 26, 2010 After seeing SWIRT's Saw Rack with Balls I decided that I needed to try and make one. However, I needed mine to be more compact and smaller. So here is how I made my Saw Till out of scraps. It starts with the BODY of the saw till that uses a scrap piece of 2 X 4. I cut a piece...
  15. Charging Station/Tool Storage

    This is my version of the charging station probably just about everyone has a version of in their shop. My problem is, since I don't have a shop or a garage, and all i have is an open carport and a storage room, I need to utilize every inch of the small space I have. I wanted my drills and...
  16. Pantry Door Tool Chest

    Here is my completed pantry door tool chest, from closed to full extension. The front has been stained and sanded to give it this antique look (frankly, the black oak stain I used was way too dark!). Two coats of shellac have been applied on all exterior surfaces, except the shelves which got...
  17. Tool Cabinet Increases Storage By 350 Percent ••

    Jan 4, 2013 -- (Updated June 3, 2018)-SCROLL DOWN TO SEE MORE PICTURES ================================================= SPECIAL OFFER (as of June 3, 2018) With over 92,500 views and over 500 FAVORITES, this has been my most popular posting. If anyone is planning on building a tool cabinet...
  18. My new workbench and reason for reworking my entire shop...

    This is my newest workbench,. I have an entire series of blog entries detailing the build and the reasons behind the build and the design. Since I have explained it all elsewhere, I will just hit the high points. The bench is 62" long, 25" wide and 36" tall. It is constructed primarily from...
  19. Twenty-Drawer Hardware Cabinet

    See more on my WordPress blog ... thanks! Follow my progress on this build via the links below: Mystery Cabinet #1: The Problem Mystery Cabinet #2: Considerations and Design Mystery Cabinet #3: And So It Begins Mystery Cabinet #4: I Love Dovetails Mystery Cabinet #5: Filling In the Shell...
  20. CUSTOM TOOL HOLDERS •

    Jan 6, 2013 As a followup to the Tool Storage Cabinet, I thought Iʻd share what I learned about making custom tool holders. Most of the following pictures show the holder on the left and the tool in the holder on the right. If you want you can save photos to your computer for future reference...
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