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Woodshop Helpers and Organization

WOOD's Top Tool Organizers

A tool for every job, and a place for every tool. That simple adage can be used to organize any shop. If each tool has its own home, you'll know where to find it and where to put it when you're done using it. View these shop-tested plans to find the ones just right for your shop.



Solve your clamp-storage problems once and for all with one or more of our five custom holders. These clever wall-hung helpers not only keep all your clamps at arm's reach, they also look great doing it.



The cabinet accommodates a portable belt sander and a palm-grip sander.



If you're tired of digging through drawers and cupboards to find the right-size battery, build this handy organizer and keep fresh power just an arm's reach away.



When you mount some of your benchtop tools on plywood bases, it's easy to clamp them to the benchtop. Unfortunately, the clamps can block access to the top drawers in your bench. Here's how I solved the problem.



Perfect alignment makes for perfect clamping.



Tired of looking through boxes for just the right grit? This handy organizer is just the solution.



The drawers, shelves, top tray, and doors create numerous storage opportunities in this mobile unit.



A leg stand, with its tapered and slightly splayed legs, makes a sturdy yet good-looking base for any machine.



Woodworkers are always on the lookout for more lumber. Sometimes we're not even sure what we'll use it for, but like clamps, we can never have enough.



Roll this easy-to-make cutoff catcher wherever you need it.



Build this simple but sturdy rack with just plywood and 2X4s for very affordable construction.



One man shop? Get plenty of help with this sturdy workpiece support when working with long stock.



We've made room for sanding belts, a sandpaper cutter, a mini shelf for your sanding blocks, a holder for your scrapers, and clips to hold sanding discs in place.



Keep hardware, supplies, and small hand tools at the ready in this easy-to-build drawer cabinet.



If screws come in good boxes, why toss those containers? Store them instead.



Keep small parts stashed but easy to grab and go when needed.



Store your expensive carbide-tipped blades between protective layers.



You'll wonder how you ever assembled a project without these simple, versatile shop aids.



 
 
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