Shelving Project Most Woodworkers Could Use A Little Help In Their Basement Or Workshop
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Low Cost Storage Building a standard shelving unit can be a quick solution, but it seems that as soon as the unit is built, our storage needs change.This project is a simple solution to your changing storage needs.
From the start I want to stress: I am not providing a materials list for this project.The space that everyone has to work with is going to be unique.Therefore, determine your requirements and adjust the dimensions accordingly.
Measure the maximum height allowance in the area where you plan to keep the shelf unit.I had about 78" of free space in the basement storage room.Therefore I cut four uprights for each shelf unit (1 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 78").
Use low-cost construction grade lumber or cedar.Pegboard storage Tip: I plan to use particleboard for the shelves (3/4" thick by 11 1/2" wide and 31" long).These sizes maximize the cutting yield from a sheet of 4' by 8' material Cut Grooves in UprightsUse a radial arm saw fitted with a wobble or stacked dado blade to cut grooves for the adjustable shelf system on the inside face of each upright.
If you don't have a radial arm saw you can cut the grooves...