Sliding Spice Rack
My sliding spice rack.
This was an invention by my wife for her needs. She wanted an easy to reach, and easy to keep organize spice rack that would be out of the ways once she's done.
So here it is, a sliding spice / storage rack with all the common cooking spices, and sauce...
This was a simple rack made from some left over oak, (date stamped 1975), and cabinettry boards, with oak veneer trims to finish off the lock. The two sliders are single side mounted, but they are very heavy duty sliders, so the mechanism is quite solid.
Tools involved: Miter Saw (optional), Table Saw, Drill, countersink bit, steam iron, squaring clamps.
Material Used: Oak for rails, reused cabinet door for facia, white cabinettry particle boards, oak veneer trims, glue, screws
Time required: Once Material has been sorted out, and acquired, it shouldn't take more than 1-2 hours. Half a day if beer is involved.
My opinion; worth price paid
Current Router: Triton 2 1/4, great multi purpose router.
Last edited by joeboxer; 11-10-2008 at 01:55 AM.