Build a lumber storage cart - I've got to build this soon before my husband divorces me for all my lumber all over the garage. Carrying plywood any distance can quickly turn into a wrestling match, but you'll win hands down when you use this mobile storage rack.
Swiveling casters allow you to turn the cart in any direction and back it up to a wall for space-saving storage.
The construction sequence is as follows: Cut out the two end panels (A), and attach them to the end supports (B).
If you like this project, please check out the hundreds of shop-proven paper and downloadable woodworking project plans in the WOOD Store. I built a unit like this several years ago but made it with an A-frame design so plywood panels can be stored on both sides.
It has a metal and plastic frame, a 2-bar handle, 1 large drape lid pocket and 1 small zippered pocket as well as 2 wheels.
I like Mark's idea of using the furniture dolly but in my experience, make sure you grease up the bearings before mounting it.
I found that the lower surfaces of these pieces weren?t large enough to accommodate the casters? mounting plates when I tried to mount casters in the size recommended in the plan.
Also, the center area is open rather than closed by the end plywood, so I can place material inside the base, which makes the base even more stable. Now you can choose freely from this wide range of solutions and pick the most useful one for you.
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