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Can some one help me please. I am going to build a storage rack for lumber (both plank ans plywood). Does anyone have a picture of one they created so I can get some ideas.
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For plank you could always use threaded pipe and attach to studs. Saw this last night for attaching a shelf to the rafters. Cheap and easy.
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Here ya go.
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Mine are similar to the pdf axlmyk supplied, however mine are individual brackets arrayed along the wall and fixed at varying heights.

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My rack is just some 3/4" dowel rods, drilled holes into the 2 x 4 wall studs at 10 deg angle,with a jig
Plywood is just on a roll around base..

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I have no floor space available in my shop or laundry/dry store room so all my racks are up on the walls

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Here's a rack that Jerry has in his shop. Looks very sturdy.
Router Forums - View Single Post - My shop, Bill's project.

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