Hey, aren't you kinda young to be driving that truck? And where do
you hide the sawdust? Do you wax everything after cleanup?
No kidding ...I'd like the space, but my wife insists on us keeping
our cars in the garage. I'll keep my clamps clamped to the roughly
1x2 secured to the wall.
which allow you to move the shop-built racks around as you add to the
collection. I followed up on the design with a tip to put the panel
on a hinged frame so you can store more (less used) clamps on the
other side. Works great when you have all the clamps in one
place--easy to find a clamp and put them away.
ShopNotes Volume 4 Issue 19, Modular Clamp Storage. I used three door
hinges and attached the frame to a 2x6 frame bolted to the wall. I
added a wheel on the frame for additional support. The downside of
this system is that it is stationary and should be mounted near your
I put up some shelf brackets (screwed to wall studs) in the garage for
clamp storage. Align several in a row for horizontal pipe clamps. Single
brackets can be used for short pipes, c clamps, and everything else.
The best part is it's really cheap and quick and saves floor space.
I created a clamp store on a rolling platform, about 2foot square at the
base. Supports quite a lot of clamps, with the advantage that I can roll it
away when its not needed. I didn't want to use up wall space, so it works
well. Can post a picture if anyone is interested.
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