This cart system is the perfect addition to any workspace! Match up to your miter saw stand for convenient, easy cutting, and extra storage space. Download the plans and start turning your space into your own Dream Workshop.
Rip 3/4” plywood into strips 24” wide by 8 feet long using either a table saw or circular saw.
Measure height of caster wheels. Subtract measurements from 34-1/2”. From the 24” wide strips, cut three pieces to this length for the sides/divider.
Cut remaining pieces according to cut list.
Drill four 3/4” pocket holes on 5 each end (measuring 24” long) of the side/divider pieces. Attach sides to top and bottom with 1-1/4” pocket hole screws.
Mark center of top/bottom. Attach divider to top and bottom with 1-1/4” pocket hole screws.
Drill four 3/4” pocket holes on each end (measuring 24” long) of the shelves. Attach between divider and sides.
Apply glue to back edges of the cart. Attach back with 3/4” brad nails.
Install caster wheels at base of cart.
Measure distance between side and divider and subtract 1”. Per drawer, cut two – 1x6 to this length (front and back of drawer).
Cut two 1x6 to 20-1/2” long per drawer (drawer sides). Drill two 3/4” pocket holes on each end of drawer sides. Attach drawer sides to drawer front/backs with 1-1/4” pocket hole screws.
Measure bottom of drawer and cut 1/4” plywood to t. Use 3/4” brad nails and glue to attach.
Install drawers with 22” drawer slides according to manufacturer’s instructions.
I like the whole setup that you have. Just moved into our house and have a 20x20 garage and was wondering how I was going to set it up. Now I know. Thanks.