Three Ways To Rack Lumber

Three Ways To Rack Lumber Shop Storage And Furniture

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Synopsis: Matthew Teague of Fine Woodworking tackles lumber storage - finding the balance between keeping lumber out of the way but close at hand in as small an area as possible.He looks at three racks that might help you adapt the system that will work best in your own shop.

Kelly Mehler uses a no-frills storage system, involving 2×4 grids.Lon Schleining prefers vertical storage, which he says saves time and labor; no stacking and restacking to get at a bottom board.John West uses a lot of sheet goods, so his solution was to build vertical bays from 2x3s and plywood...

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