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Wall cleat system

Wall cleat system

Wall cleat system Our modular wall system starts with clever cleats that are beveled at 45 along their top edge. Mounted securely to the walls, these cleats form the backbone of a versatile cabinet and accessory storage system. All the components interlock with the cleat making them easy to hang and a cinch to reconfigure. The storage components include: three styles of cabinets that share a common design, clamp racks, and a super-easy tool-storage board. With this setup, you'll have no excuse for not having a completely organized shop. This project appeared in the November 2003 issue of WOOD magazine.

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Comments (4)
maryanngim wrote:

you could take out the backing so it could swivel 360 degrees and hold another tool

5/31/2011 07:10:15 PM Report Abuse
3-j wrote:

Wood mag has a plan for a flip stand for mounting two tools.

10/21/2010 12:41:35 PM Report Abuse
jmail13789 wrote:

I built one of these for my drill press. Its pretty sweet. I am hoping to built one for my oscillating sander.

9/7/2010 12:30:15 AM Report Abuse
knotty_novice wrote:

I'd like to have the ability to flip to a second tool on the alternate side. Any suggestions?

7/17/2010 02:32:19 PM Report Abuse

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