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I put some brackets up today to hold my lumber!
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Great start, Stephanie! I like the french cleat system.

Your shop aprons are more colorful than my 35 year old Craftsman blue-gray denim apron!
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I see the door having a problem with long wood. I like the french cleat system also.

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Good idea about the chest of drawers as a base for the drill press. Plenty of bit storage and other drill related stuff.
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nice ... that french cleat system is very versatile. i have a similar system. this guy has made lots of really useful hangers.

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Good idea about the chest of drawers as a base for the drill press. Plenty of bit storage and other drill related stuff.
Thanks! Yup drill bits and chuck and drilling templates in top drawer
Booklets/manuals for all tools in bottom drawer.
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I see the door having a problem with long wood. I like the french cleat system also.

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i plan on the longer boards going on top...which are aboove the door.
the shelf brackets move, so if its a problem, i can just move them to make
another short shelf on the middle and left brackets
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Stephanie I like your efforts to be better organized, Looking at the photos then I get the impression that the wall is a 'timber stud wall' so you would have used normal wood screws to hold that track up. now the 2inch wood screw has tremendous sheer holding ability but you be careful now and don't go putting too much weight up on those brackets or it may all come down in the most embarrassing way. Neville
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