Shop Cabinets, Storage, and Organizers
Build this compact storage unit and say good-bye to shuffling through blades stacked on a shelf or in a drawer. The pullout panels keep everything at your fingertips while protecting the carbide teeth.
After many good years of use, I finally decided to replace the crude shop cabinets I built when I first got started in woodworking.
Just as there's no such thing as too many clamps, there's no such thing as too many good ways to hang and organize them. Here you'll find how top woodworkers keep their clamps close at hand.
Building your own shop cabinets isn’t rocket science.
Spray adhesives work wonderfully for adhering scrollsaw patterns to a workpiece. This handy adhesive drawer makes the job slick, not sticky.
To put waxed paper within easy reach, I built a wooden box, just big enough to hold the waxed paper in its original box.
When I bought my oscillating spindle sander, I didn't consider how to store six different sizes of sleeves in three grits.
I've tried various types of storage for dowels, but never was satisfied.
Because shop space is nearly always limited and there are so many different types and sizes of nails and screws, the space-saving, low-cost hardware organizer, has been a real advantage in my shop.