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Wall cabinet with tools

Stan's workshop

Stan Crenshaw of Anderson, S.C., made this cabinet years ago for all his hand tools. It works well, but if he ever makes another one he'll do it differently. "I never close it for one thing; it works better for me as open storage. I keep a couple spring clamps on it most of the time to keep the doors from moving at all."

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wjbeau55 wrote:

Stan, Enjoyed the tour of your workshop. I must say I'm quite jealous. My shop is the other half of my wife's garage so everytime I make too much dust I really hear about it. I also live and work in the Anderson area. If you ever find yourself in the hardware dept at Lowes, stop by and say Hi. Jim B

1/5/2012 05:49:40 PM Report Abuse
claysoules wrote:

Stan, I have made a couple of this type of wall tool storage units and I solved the "keep it open" problem by seating into the doors tempered pegboard. The most used tools go on the exterior of the doors and for supplies that are most often needed, I put these items into the interior of the doors and onto the pegboard that also forms the back of the storage unit. The "box" with the doors are 4x4 and are mounted on a 4x8 peg board back, so all totaled I have 64q. ft of pegboard

1/5/2012 11:02:05 AM Report Abuse

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