Moving a pile of workpieces around the shop can be a hassle. Or if you are working at one tool, it is nice to have an extra worksurface to help keep everything organized. With our roll around shop cart, both problems are solved. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
This PDF document will offer you a design option to the Carpenters Toolbox plan that was featured in ShopNotes #62. Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view and print these cutting diagrams.
Here is a project to help you keep it all together. This cordless tool storage cabinet is the perfect solution for keeping your cordless tools, chargers, and accessories organized and ready to go. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
If your shop is anything like mine, there are two things you can not get enough of storage and work surface. That is why this roll-around work cart is a welcome addition. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
Nine drawers of storage in this 2-piece toolbox give you a place for everything.
Material list and cutting diagram only for this rolling tool box. This project was featured in Woodsmith Magazine Issue 250.
Sometimes I spend more time climbing up and down a ladder getting tools than I do working on the job itself. So to keep my tools within easy reach, I attached a plywood tray to the top of the ladder. Several holes are drilled in the tray to accept the tools I use most often.
Here are the plans for building an easy to construct yet handy to have tool box. I made mine almost 20 years ago, I think as a temporary box, but since it has lasted I have used it continuously ever since.