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The Typical Clamp Rack


Martel258
Martel258
Martel258
Martel258

As a new beginner in wordworking, and living in a rented house on an army base tools and space are limited. I work in my backyard while keeping all my tools in a small shed, I have to hang anything and everything that can be hung. That inspired me to figure out smart solutions for my limited space, I saw several videos on YouTube that helped me with the design, so I took it and ran with it. Some issues I didn't think about was the weight. I knew I wanted to mount it into the studs but didn't measure the brackets to space them correctly, so i mounted a 3/4 inch scrap plywood to the studs and mounted the brackets to that. Pretty successful so far. Now i have room for expansion, and that I'm excited about.

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  • Great solution! You did a very nice job putting this together. Thanks for sharing this with us, and thank you for your service!

    By RYOBI Nation, on March 20, 2017
    • Thank you :)

      By Martel258, on March 20, 2017

  • Wow, What a great way to hang the things and stuff!

    By AfroShabeel, on March 20, 2017
    • Thank you very much!

      By Martel258, on March 20, 2017

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The Typical Clamp Rack

by Martel258
Mar 18, 2017
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As a new beginner in wordworking, and living in a rented house on an army base tools and space are limited. I work in my backyard while keeping all my tools in a small shed, I have to hang anything and everything that can be hung. That inspired me to figure out smart solutions for my limited space, I saw several videos on YouTube that helped me with the design, so I took it and ran with it. Some issues I didn't think about was the weight. I knew I wanted to mount it into the studs but didn't measure the brackets to space them correctly, so i mounted a 3/4 inch scrap plywood to the studs and mounted the brackets to that. Pretty successful so far. Now i have room for expansion, and that I'm excited about.