Cutting diagram only. This free woodworking plans to build a cut off bin is courtesy of the Workbench Magazine Issue 297.
This drill charging station will help you get your shop organized. This one is built using a french cleat system and pocket holes.
Some of the most useful and under utilized storage space in the bedroom is right under the bed, but you can take advantage of it with this durable roll out chest, made from a single sheet of plywood for 60.00.
This homemade system gives you the versatility of those store-bought systems without the big price tag. Our materials cost for the whole system you see here, covering 16 ft of wall, was only a few hundred dollars. It will be even cheaper if you have scrap plywood and other common materials lying around.
Use these clever, easy storage tips to keep all your tools organized in your garage, workshop and utility room. Tool-apron storage, Storage pockets for skinny things, Double-duty shelf brackets, Cutlery tray tool chest, Electrical box toolholders, Cannery row hardware storage, Overhead garage storage, Screw storage, Ladder pouch.
Have you got finishing supplies scattered all over your shop? Concerned that they are a fire hazard? Organize them into this cabinet built out of one sheet of plywood and you will sleep better at night.
This is the free cutting diagram as it appears in Workbench Magazine Issue 304.
I have built a lot of storage cabinets for my tools and hardware, so I always know right where to find them. Unfortunately, that was not the case for my cleaning supplies. To solve this problem I built the heavy-duty cleanup center. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
Tips for getting more storage space out of your small workshop. By Travis Larson.
Cutting diagrams and parts list only to this project that appears in Workbench Magazine Issue 284.