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I had previously had clamps stored in a few different areas of my shop
now they are all in one place.* "K-Body style " clamps on the left side
and "F-style and Quick-grip_style clamps to the right of them.**
I ordered the plans from Woodcraft for .99 cents to save*me a few hours
planning*then altered and added to that.*
Nice for them to all be in one place....
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I did not violate the Woodcraft plan - a lot of details left out of what I posted are available in the pdf
should you want to purchase your own plans.
The other plans in the thread are from various google searches.
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Nice job Randy . I designed something similar, and am glad I did it . Looks like you have a well organized shop.

One thing I never thought of was using dowels . May have to implement that idea someday
 

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That's very similar to how I did mine. I still have to make something to hold my pipe clamps but the slot design is very functional and makes it easy to use the clamps and then put them away again.
 
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That's the next project for my shop. Tired of them hangin on the rafters of the loft. Probably a project for this fall, after my deck upgrade is done.
 
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I’m also really like the enclosure you built for the organization cases . I have a lot of those cases from when they used to sell them at HD , but there always stacked , so I end up taking the stack apart to try and find the correct one.
Would make life so much easier with your setup ;)
 

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