Here's a quick project-  A freestanding fishing rod rack.   It holds a large number of rods in a small space and can easily be moved around.

I built this on a CNC router, but this could also be made with a table saw and a drill with a holesaw attachment.

I made it at Techshop:  http://www.techshop.ws

Step 1: Materials and Equipment


- 1/2 inch plywood ( I  got two racks out of a little more than a quarter sheet)
-  wood glue
- varnish or paint (optional)


-CNC Router 
- router bits (1/4 downcut, 1/4 upcut, and 3/4 flat - for holes)
- orbital or vibrating sander
- bar clamps
<p>Now this is handy nice job by the way</p>
<p>I made something similar for my pipe &amp; bar clamps, but I have PVC pipe in the holes. It's on casters so I can hide it in a corner &amp; take it out when I need to do a glue up.</p>
also good for garden tools, lawn tools and cleaning items..
<p>good idea for lighter items. Garden tools might make it too tippy. I also have a larger tool/ broom holder for the garage/shop:</p><p><a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Long-Tool-Organizer-Cart-made-with-CNC-plywood-Bro/" rel="nofollow">http://www.instructables.com/id/Long-Tool-Organize...</a></p>
<p>My dad needs one of these :P</p>

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