Since I last posted, I have spent most of my time working on my taxes and working in my shop.
I have been getting things straightened up and organized. One of the first projects I completed is this lumber cart for storing my short scraps and sheet goods. I put the really short pieces on the shelves on the right side and the longer pieces stand up in the bins to the left. On the back side I have a place for sheet goods like plywood, and in the middle I can store longer pieces of 2X4s and 1X4s. I put it on casters so I can roll it around out of the way when I am not using it.
I also built this rolling cart to fit underneath my table saw. The cart has shelves for storing my accessories such as push sticks and feather boards. I also use it for storing my miter gage and rip fence when not in use.
I needed a way to rough cut plywood before I bring it in and finish it on the table saw. I cut these brackets I can mount on top of my saw horses.
Then I can add these 2X3s to hold full 8 foot sheets.
I can quickly take this apart and stack the saw horses and store all of this inside out of the rain. I have some more projects I will show you later, until then, keep prepping everyone!