The two of us love checking off DIY projects. I am so excited about our latest update! We figured out a solution for Organizing Power Tools in the garage. I’m loving having them in one location with the cords neatly wound up and not tangled!
This space needed a better storage solution so Stud could use his work bench.
–customize to fit your space–
• (2) 10 foot boards, (1) 8 foot board
• Circular Saw
• Dremel Tool to cut openings for storing blades.
• Shelving Brackets
• Drill and Screws
Cut the 8 foot board into 6 inch pieces using a circular saw.
Position the tools along one of the ten foot boards and place dividers between each. Use a pencil to mark their positions. The 6 inch boards will need to be attached to the 10 foot boards using a Kreg Pocket Hole Jig.
Make two pocket holes on the top portion of one side (see below).
And two more pocket holes on the lower portion of the other side (see below).
Attach the small boards to one side of a ten foot board by inserting screws into the pocket holes.
Then layer the other 10 foot board across the top and attach to the dividers using the pocket holes on the opposite side.
Where needed, use a Dremel tool to cut custom openings into the top – power tool resting area (see below).
Screw shelf brackets into studs along wall designated for power tool organizer. Place the wooden organizer on shelf brackets and attach with screws. Done! It’s now ready to be loaded with power tools.
And now there is enough room on the work bench for Stud to use his miter saw!!
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