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  • Gorgeous! We love it!
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018

  • Great job, looks awesome...
    By Siclestix, on December 26, 2018

  • Very nice farmhouse table. Looks well built and sturdy.
    By joenguyen1987_128564, on January 5, 2019
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  • Wow! You've got a lot of support for longer boards and so much storage. It is perfection!
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018
    •  Thank you, in small shops, it is all about mobility, the more things you can do with the same piece, the better.
      By Txgent10, on December 26, 2018

  • Nicely done.  This project is on my to-do list.
    By grover959, on December 26, 2018
    • Thanks,  if you would like the plans to the BMW (Basic Mobile Workbench)  you should check out Steve Ramsey #Theweekendwoodworker   These are all my variations to his work bench.
      By Txgent10, on December 26, 2018
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  • That is so fun! How did you create the checked pattern on top?
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018

  • I actually learned how to do this when I was in Shop in high school. It is very simple to do but can be difficult to line up the strips of wood. I cut strips about 10 inches long and glued them in a dark light pattern and then cut them in strips again in the opposite direction then shifted them one block every other strip. It saves trying to glue each and every block together in which I believe would be a nightmare....
    By Siclestix, on December 26, 2018

  • I love when you upload new projects.  They always blow my mind.  This is awesome!
    By Robzbrz1992, on December 28, 2018
    • Thank you Rob, I really appreciate it.. I have a cool one on the work bench as we speak....
      By Siclestix, on December 28, 2018
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  • You can't go wrong with these caddies as gifts! Beautiful job! The finishes and hardware look awesome. 
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018

  • Fun project, nice job.
    By Siclestix, on December 26, 2018
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  • Beautiful work! Thank you for sharing.
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018

  • This is beautiful, nice job.
    By Siclestix, on December 26, 2018
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  • Very smart idea to begin with the cabinets and add your lockers to them. It looks great! We're sure the family is happy to have their own space.
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018
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  • Yes! That's a perfect solution, especially for those tools that don't fit perfectly on standard peg hooks. Looks great! 
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018

  • Versatile design, nicely done!
    By grover959, on December 26, 2018
    • Thanks grover959. Glad you liked them.
      By SwampDonkey, on December 26, 2018

  • Solid build. Do you have plans posted anywhere?
    By JNash703, on January 1, 2019
    • Hello JNash703. I do not have any formal plans but will go over my build. For the Shelf and supporting wall brace, I use Weaber 1/2" X 6" X 3' poplar boards purchased at Home Depot (Model# 27369). I cut the size about .5 inches larger than my tool (Sides and Depth) and then cut wall support the same width and 3" long.

       Place a bead of Wood Glue along back edge of shelf and adhere to edge of wall support as it will form an "L" shape. I then cut some shelf brackets for support using the same Weaber board. My supports are .5" wide and I cut a 45 degree angle on top and bottom. Wood Glue the angled brackets to the underside of the shelf and back wall support.

      For the trim around the shelf, I use Weaber Poplar boards sized at .25" Thick X 1.5" Wide. Cut to fit around the sides and front of the shelf and Wood Glue them to the edges of the shelf.

      To hang the shelf, I use "L" screws purchased at Home Depot. (Drill a pilot home for them and space them apart even whole number intervals such as 4, 5, or 6 inches) Thread in the screws and you should be ready to mount.

      For lighter accessories, I was able to get by with just the Wood Glue, but used Brad Nails / Small Screws with the glue for heavier items such as my Jig Saw. (Note: Did not have to use Screws / Nails on the brackets or trim, just attaching shelf to wall support).

      I hope this helps and I was thinking of laying out the materials and snap some pics if needed. Just let me know.
      By SwampDonkey, on January 2, 2019
    • JNash703, I did forget one thing. You will notice a 45 Degree notch on the back trim pieces. This makes it easier to mount as you will need to angle the shelf to approximately 45 Degrees to mount the "L" Screw into the PegBoard.
      By SwampDonkey, on January 2, 2019
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  • Absolutely stunning bowl. The patterns are spectacular. How long does it take to make such an intricate bowl?
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 26, 2018
    • This bowl took about three years of practicing the skills needed to develop the design. The actual bowl took about 20-25 hours, plus glue up times and wood selection/cutting to size. All the wood I use is harvested locally and has to be milled, cured and then cut to workable sizes. It usually takes 4-5 separate sessions with a planer before a bowl “blank” is ready for shaping. 
      I am so glad you like it! The spalting in this bowl is spectacular, I almost didn’t use this maple because it was such a special piece. 
      By DadOfFour, on December 27, 2018 (edited)
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