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I needed simple storage capability in my garage. I also wanted versatility. So I came up with this idea for storage.
Tools needed Table saw / Drill / Screw Gun (and bits) Clamps 1/8" spacer (2) Measure Tape / Pencil Square 2" wood screws Safety Glasses Empty wall 8' ...
The size I decided on was 12" deep x 14" high x 22" long.
Remember this is the crate size I wanted. 12"D x 14"H x 22"L Cut two pcs of 1x12 14" long Cut two pcs of 1x4 22" long Cut ...
I laid out two 1x4s with the 1x6 in the middle. I placed two pcs of sheet metal scraps (1/8") on both sides of 1x6. The width of ...
I used center guide of table saw to butt end of 3 boards end evenly. Place the 1x12 upright and the longer 2x2 on inside. Scribe. Drill pilot hole ...
Using Speed Square, I ran lines from middle of center 1x6 to the top of 1x12 on both sides. Place long side of crate against guide rail & ...
I left a small lip on both sides, just in case I decided later on to add a full or partial back, and/or a small front panel for ...
You'll need an xtra 1x6 to keep on the floor so bottom crates will have solid floor... I'm going back to LOWES for more lumber and fill up ...
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