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Lumber, Sheet Goods, and Scrap Storage

This triple-threat storage solution can organize and/or mobilize every piece of wood in your shop. The sturdy and adjustable board racks mount on studs to keep lumber high and out of the way. The mobile scrap cart organizes your offcuts by length so you'll know at a glance what stock you have on hand. And the sheet goods cart stores your plywood vertically to minimize its footprint.


Comments (5)
tensace wrote:

Adjustable Board Bunks: Instead of cutting plywood I used 1x3 furring strips (which happen to be 2 1/2" wide and coincide with the ripped 2x4 studs. Plus I did glue and nail gun the sides. MUCH easier. I passed on routering. A bit OCD. It's for SCRAPS of wood, not fine carpentry.

5/9/2014 10:43:45 AM Report Abuse
jkalmar1 wrote:

tommandkay - if you look at the plan, they are using edge banding as a spacer at the top so the interior height is > 8'

4/25/2014 01:31:50 PM Report Abuse
tommandkay wrote:

So, in sheet goods storage if the large area is 8 feet in height, how does one store pieces that are also 8 feet in height?

4/24/2014 06:06:51 PM Report Abuse
tensace wrote:

Re: Adjustable Board Bunks. 1. instead of cutting plywood for the side plates, wouldn't it be simpler to use furring strips? 2. And instead of assembling the unit with wood screws, why not just glue and use a nail gun? Plus routering the arms seems like overkill.

4/24/2014 11:29:40 AM Report Abuse
3-j wrote:

Triple-threat??? I don't see any threat!!

4/24/2014 10:26:42 AM Report Abuse

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