07 Nov. 1985|
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Separate bins of varying height make it easy to sort and retrieve scrap pieces of different sizes.
Reader Will Moore tackled that problem head-on by building a super functional bin for storing and sorting varying sizes of scrap.
Also, for a variety of different lumber storage solutions, check out Andy Beasley's article in issue #181. If you like this project, please check out more than 1,000 shop-proven paper and downloadable woodworking project plans in the WOOD Store.
This scrap bin is alright, but I prefer the one from the old Shop Trio you published several years ago.
And when I got my Kreg Jig (special thanks to one of our readers for taking her time to write The Kreg Tool Company about Knock-Off Wood), I knew that with the Kreg Jig, I could easily add the lip to the toy bin.
The more I use my jig the more I wish I'd spent a bit more and gone for a K4 or a K3 Master System for speed, but as my planters, bookcase and workbench prove, you can definitely use a Jr. My very lofty goals are to build two daybeds, mudroom storage, the recycling center, an in the wall cabinet for my bathroom, possibly a kitchen table, chairs, and drawers for some built-in dressers that have seen better days.
The free download includes Moore's winning tip from our Methods of Work column, along with the full-color drawings that accompanied it, illustrating the bin's simple construction.