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AWESOME IDEA!!! A roller for a roller stand, It's so obvious it's downright brilliant and great in a pinch or on the jobsite.!

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…

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…

Mount two parallel 2x4s on the wall spaced 24 in. apart. Cut the leaves from 3/4-in. plywood and hang them from the 2x4s with 3-in. door hinges. Fur out the hinges with 3/4-in. plywood blocks so the pages can pivot without binding. Mount the leaves at least 4 in. apart to allow room for them to fold back. Let your imagination run wild creating holders for your various tools.

Mount two parallel 2x4s on the wall spaced 24 in. apart. Cut the leaves from 3/4-in. plywood and hang them from the 2x4s with 3-in. door hinges. Fur out the hinges with 3/4-in. plywood blocks so the pages can pivot without binding. Mount the leaves at least 4 in. apart to allow room for them to fold back. Let your imagination run wild creating holders for your various tools.

Separate bins of varying height make it easy to sort and retrieve scrap pieces of different sizes. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Separate bins of varying height make it easy to sort and retrieve scrap pieces of different sizes. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Is Your Shop Too Small? Tips for making king-size projects in a pint-size shop. By George Vondriska n a recent poll of woodworkers, the most common complaint,by far, was that their shops were too small. Even one guy with 5,000 square feet thought he was cramped! In spite of that, most of us would like to be able to turn out dining room tables, kitchen cabinets and other big projects. …

Is Your Shop Too Small? Tips for making king-size projects in a pint-size shop. By George Vondriska n a recent poll of woodworkers, the most common complaint,by far, was that their shops were too small. Even one guy with 5,000 square feet thought he was cramped! In spite of that, most of us would like to be able to turn out dining room tables, kitchen cabinets and other big projects. …

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