Sliding doors and a flexible design allow you to pack a lot of tools in a small space. View ShopNotes shop cabinet project from its magazine issue.
This is a basic plan from which to build a very strong and versatile work bench with lots of room to work. A pegboard can be added easily for extra storage and hanging tools.
Build this wooden cabinet for tools, CDs and supplies with only a table saw.
Built to house a scrollsaw, this mobile cabinet was designed with comfort and storage in mind. Read more at CanadianHomeWorkshop.
Three ways to build a door, including batten, layered and joined door designs, diagrams and instructions.
The Rolling Router Table – Making the most useful table in the shop.
I know I am not alone in my disregard for the splitter/blade guard assemblies that come with most table saws. The splitters are flimsy, the blade guards are always in the way, etc. Here is my tablesaw splitter project.
I came up with a simple solution to create an air hose caddy using PVC pipe and clamps. Follow along and I will show you how I did it.
Cutting diagrams and parts list only to this project that appears in Workbench Magazine Issue 284.
Garage lofts work well for overhead storage because they make use of the void space that exists over the hood of most cars.