Stacking Cutoff Bins
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STORAGE & ORGANIZATION / WORKSHOP & GARAGESHOP PROJECTS / LUMBER STORAGEStacking Cutoff BinsPreviousNext This project blends plenty of storage and organization in a three-piece, stackable unit.For a long time, my 'system' for storing short pieces of wood was simple — squirrel it away in every nook and cranny I could find.
The problem with this arrangement was lack of organization.I didn't always know what I had on hand.So, to tackle this problem, I built the cutoff bins pictured here.As you can see, there's plenty of storage.
But just as important, it works as a built-in sorting system.You can arrange cutoffs by size and species, knowing at a glance exactly what you have.(Alternative designs to suit any woodworking shop are also included.
) The construction is pretty straightforward.Although there are three different-size bins, the joinery is identical and can be easily cut on your table saw.And the individual bins bolt together to give the entire unit more stability.
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