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Add a sliding, tilting whiteboard or a slick magnetic tool holder to your bench without hogging up precious space.
First, identify underutilized space underneath shelving. Then acquire some:1/8" thick marker board, scrap wood, brass hinges, #8 wood screws, and some random small screws. You may also want ...
Here I cut a couple of strips of 3/4" plywood for the rails. As you can see, they are too long, now. I will trim them down, later. ...
If you have a table saw or a router, it can be used to cut a dado into the rails. This is the slot that the whiteboard will ...
Now cut the marker board to fit the space. Then cut a strip off the back of the board.
You will need to attach a hinge to either end of the marker board so that it will bend. Don't place it right at the edge. You need ...
Next, you will need to finish the rails. The left rail is going to screw onto the shelf from below. So I drilled and countersunk some holes for ...
For holding stuff magnetically, you can glue some sheet metal to the marker board. Or you can make any custom holders you might like and glue them down. ...
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