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Ryobi Storage Solution


SawzallKB
SawzallKB
SawzallKB
SawzallKB

With growing Ryobi Tool collection, and always charging to maintain readiness a storage solution becomes inevitable. I've seen alot of them online, but due to space limitations I am building to a particular width dimension, along with a 6" inner shelf dimension all other dimensions are pretty standard cut-sheet dims. I'm starting with a 4'6" x 4' sheet of 3/4 SandPly leftover from another project. Will give some before and after of current set-up and how I use existing cutsheet designs and modify dimensions based on my space requirements. I used Natural Finish with Polycrylic Sealer and new Ryobi quick disconnect drill bits and countersink bits to screw it together with a little glue here and there. It fits perfect and with a 45deg bevel sit in mount with additional brace to stud and L brackets below upper shelf, it's flush to the wall and solid as a rock. I hope you don't throw mine out since I used an enemy tool co to screw it together, but pretty much Ryobi is center of finished product. Very satisfied with it, even if I managed to work on it in the evenings for almost ever. It's humid in GA and it takes finish that long to dry ;)

Edit 6/18/18 Finalize current post. I have a few videos of this build, but file size to large, so I'm going to have to cut them down. They are more specific to the install of the edge banding and the finished product, so I'll just do a separate post once I get them cut.

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  • Can you send link to your video build
    Thanks
    By Cristofer, on July 5, 2018
    • Yeah, let me size it down.   Kinda moved on, and started next project right after finishing this one.  I just go over applying the edge in the video and say cheapest place to get it is on Amazon for 250' roll for about $25.  I've put it on all my plywood workbenches now.  Still have hundreds of feet left.  
      By SawzallKB, on July 6, 2018

  • Sweet little build for lots of great storage solutions!
    By RYOBI NATION, on July 17, 2018

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Ryobi Storage Solution

by SawzallKB
Jun 01, 2018
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With growing Ryobi Tool collection, and always charging to maintain readiness a storage solution becomes inevitable. I've seen alot of them online, but due to space limitations I am building to a particular width dimension, along with a 6" inner shelf dimension all other dimensions are pretty standard cut-sheet dims. I'm starting with a 4'6" x 4' sheet of 3/4 SandPly leftover from another project. Will give some before and after of current set-up and how I use existing cutsheet designs and modify dimensions based on my space requirements. I used Natural Finish with Polycrylic Sealer and new Ryobi quick disconnect drill bits and countersink bits to screw it together with a little glue here and there. It fits perfect and with a 45deg bevel sit in mount with additional brace to stud and L brackets below upper shelf, it's flush to the wall and solid as a rock. I hope you don't throw mine out since I used an enemy tool co to screw it together, but pretty much Ryobi is center of finished product. Very satisfied with it, even if I managed to work on it in the evenings for almost ever. It's humid in GA and it takes finish that long to dry ;) Edit 6/18/18 Finalize current post. I have a few videos of this build, but file size to large, so I'm going to have to cut them down. They are more specific to the install of the edge banding and the finished product, so I'll just do a separate post once I get them cut.