saw with the tahle tilted to 45°.
As we put them away on delivery, we note each one's quality and mark the end as to future use. This system would work with scrap boards, too. as would color-coding—the way a lumberyard sorts its dowels. You can use-colors to indicate length, grade, thickness, diameter or whatever suits your needs. Hang a set of rainbow-colored wide-tip markers on the wall to make the job relatively simple.
Other ways to store-boards include mounting angle-brackets to a wall, or suspending shelves from the ceiling. With open shelves on brackets you don't need end space to withdraw and insert your stock— and you can run them the full length of a wall. Storing the scraps on top of the boards gives you more incentive to use them since they're the first pieces you sec and touch when you go to get wood.
Also, don't overlook normallv "dead areas."
Say you're storing long boards horizontally on 2x4 angle brackets. You can create cubbvholes
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