I'm just about to rebuild my workbench area and am a little confused
about how to make best use of the available area and in particular how
to efficiently use the inner corner of an "L" shaped bench. A nice
depth for the bench will result in a rather deep and inaccessible
corner area. What can be done to make better use of that area? I'm
just curious what other people do. Thanks.
a good problem to have.. I'm not there yet..
air compressor? tuck it away in a sound box
planer on wheels -- assuming you have another roll out cart to get at it
shelves for seldom used items - empty tool cases, etc -- assuming you have a
roll out cart to get at it
Norm visited a showroom with very neat, but probably very expensive
drawers designed for that area.
That said, I'm working on the same issue. Currently, the plan is for my
phone, hanging tools to go above. A light box for stained glass might
go across as the cabinet top.
The base. I'm not sure yet. Open shelves for paint, etc.? Scroll saw
storage? I'm just not certain. I need to do more of a layout in the
shop to get a visual.
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