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  • Lisa Brady

    Corded Power tool storage. Workshop organization - link to 12 WORKSHOP STORAGE PLANS: TOOL CABINETS, ROLLING CARTS, UNDER STAIR STORAGE AND MORE

  • ashton kelley

    Great idea for tool organization

  • Aaron Schwartz

    Corded Power tool storage! And other garage storage ideas...

  • Simply Dreaming

    12 Free Workshop Storage Plans: Tool Cabinets, Rolling Carts, Under Stair Storage and More #garage #organized #tool #workshop #bench #work #power #tools #storage #organization

  • Crystal Mills

    “Besides providing storage, this tool shelf solves another nagging problem as well — it keeps the power cords from getting tangled up like spaghetti.” Smart, simple, addresses common power tool storage problems. What more could you ask for… it’s a free plan!

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  • Davis Cole

    Where all the cases? Love the idea.

  • Vex FX

    I'm guessing the designer of this storage system probably discarded the cases. Unless you are planning to go mobile, the cases are not that useful. With a rack like this you can instantly see every tool and simply pick them up to start use.

Cordless power tool storage station - a DIY project. How I would love to have all these tools, and the need to sop tore them!!

  • Kathy Morris Elliott

    It looks like a good way to store all those battery operated tools and their accompaning battery chargers. Good DIY project.


    This will be my next project downstairs.

A little power tool organization - by redryder @ ~ woodworking community

Power tool Buying Guide -I'll need this for when I decide to surprise Nick again like I did at Christmas :)

How to Build a Mobile Storage and Sharpening Tools Cart - Free Woodworking Plans.

Organize your garage and cut the clutter with this garage storage system that you can easily customize to fit any space and can hold almost anything. You can quickly move hooks, shelves and bins around to for the most efficient arrangement. The entire system is inexpensive and easy to build. You only need two power tools—a circular saw and a drill. Learn how you can build it this weekend at www.familyhandyma...