Designing In Shop Tool Storage

Furniture maker Sanford Buchaller. of Freeland. Mich., built this standing chest for his father in trade for a small travel tool chest his father built for him. Nearly every tool in the chest is readily visible and instantly accessible. The box hanging below in the support frame contains a small drawer and woodworking reference books. Photo by Jonathan Binzen.

cabinet. I lowever, there is no limitation on the volume of the cabinet. You can design it as wide as you like (even as wide as your workbench), and you can also outfit the doors to hold a surprising number and variety of tools. Wall cabinets are discussed more fully in Chapter 5.

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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