After rearranging my shop a little bit, I lost my drill charging station location due to hanging a cabinet in it's place. So, the only logical thing to do was to build a new one. Keep reading for more...
My process was a little different throughout this project, whereas I normally start a project with Sketch-up. This time around I follow a rough sketch to get the correct measurements as I cut all the pieces and I must say it is much easier for me to start with Sketch-up, which reminds me about the plans, get the Plans Here: http://www.stoneandsons.net/plans
I love organizational projects. It makes my time in the shop much more enjoyable. One thing I did on this cabinet that is very convenient was add quick releases under the shelf next to the drill slots for my air nailers. I now have a dedicated space for all my drills, air tools, and accessories, but I didn't stop there. I also incorporated a couple of cubbies with hinged plexiglass covers for dust free storage. I store my dust masks, bluetooth headset, and safety glasses in one cubby and the other side is for my 15" laptop and phone for when I'm making a lot of sawdust. Of course we can't forget the batteries, they sit on top of the cabinet in the charger ready to go.
Tools used in this project (clickable links below):
12" speed square
Hole saw set
Counter sink bit
Air tool quick release
Universal fence clamps
Forstner bits (used to drill for air tool quick release)
This station has already proven to be a must have for me in my shop. Maybe you need an organizational solution such as this. If so, check out our Plans Page to get them or like I mentioned earlier, you can signup to be notified of all plan releases (including the free ones). Thanks so much for being here and reading.
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