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Storage Shelf

  • February 24, 2014

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This is my very first project with many more on the way. I purchased the 18V Ultimate Combo Kit last year and finally broke it in. I also purchased a One+ Jig saw last week which Home Depot had on sale for $25.00 without the battery. I already had 2 high capacity batteries and the two batteries that came with the combo kit. I wanted to get into a little DIY wood working and furniture making. I started with this shelf that's located in the utility room in my unfinished basement. I needed it to clear out a room which will become my woodshop. Everything is scattered on the floor which why I built this shelf. It is 6ft high, 4ft in width and almost 16ft long. I used 2X4X8's and some 7/16 4X8 OSB sheets for this project along with a Kreg K4 Master System Jig for the pocket holes which made this thing sturdy. All of the tools are brand new including the Kreg Jig. After I get all of that stuff off the floor and on the shelf I'm going to build a work bench and then some furniture. I plan to start finishing the basement this summer. I'll be using all of my Ryobi tools for this. I will be purchasing a Ryobi Brad Nailer and sliding miter saw soon. Stay tune for many more projects.

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Storage Shelf

by cfoote
Feb 24, 2014

This is my very first project with many more on the way. I purchased the 18V Ultimate Combo Kit last year and finally broke it in. I also purchased a One+ Jig saw last week which Home Depot had on sale for $25.00 without the battery. I already had 2 high capacity batteries and the two batteries that came with the combo kit. I wanted to get into a little DIY wood working and furniture making. I started with this shelf that's located in the utility room in my unfinished basement. I needed it to clear out a room which will become my woodshop. Everything is scattered on the floor which why I built this shelf. It is 6ft high, 4ft in width and almost 16ft long. I used 2X4X8's and some 7/16 4X8 OSB sheets for this project along with a Kreg K4 Master System Jig for the pocket holes which made this thing sturdy. All of the tools are brand new including the Kreg Jig. After I get all of that stuff off the floor and on the shelf I'm going to build a work bench and then some furniture. I plan to start finishing the basement this summer. I'll be using all of my Ryobi tools for this. I will be purchasing a Ryobi Brad Nailer and sliding miter saw soon. Stay tune for many more projects.