Here is a ski storage stand that can be built from a quarter sheet of plywood with just  a router with a 1/4 flat or downcut bit.   I used a CNC router  to cut mine.   This stand can be assembled and reassembled without any tools.

I made it at TechShop


Step 1: Materials

1/4 sheet 1/2 inch plywood
220 grit sandpaper


plunge  router (CNC preferrred)
1/4 inch flat or downcut router bit/end mill
vibrating sander
foam or soft bristle paintbrush
<p>Can you attach the file you used?</p>
Any way you would be willing to post the CAD file you made for this? It would be a real big help! Thanks.
Any chance you can post the file for the CNC? Thanks.
I updated step 3 to include an image of all of the pieces. Hopefully this will be enough to get you started. You will need to vary the dimensions to accommodate your particular set skis and the exact thickness of the plywood that you select. Good luck!
do u use the CNC router RCR1325?<br> <a href="http://www.roc-tech.com/CNC_Router_5_axis/5_Axis_CNC_Machine_RCF1325.html" rel="nofollow">http://www.roc-tech.com/CNC_Router_5_axis/5_Axis_CNC_Machine_RCF1325.html</a>
This is brilliant! Skis have got to be one of the most annoying things in storage... weighted just right to fall over or slide sideways. Thanks for posting this!

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