This little orange cabinet packs a lot of storage into a 7-in.-deep by 27-in.-wide by 19-in.-tall. space. The Concept 2001 Tool Cabinet uses slotted walls and doors to secure an assortment of clever hooks and brackets, which are included with the cabinet and lock securely and easily into place. The funky colors may be a turnoff for some (strangely, I like them), and the system probably won’t work for hand tools that need specialized holders. However, at $50, it is a great value for anything else you want to keep in one place, away from layers of shop dust. In my shop it made a perfect depot for tablesaw accessories. Hanging bins also are available, adapting the cabinet to hardware storage. Made from light-yet-sturdy foamed PVC, the cabinet can handle a lot of weight. Go to www.stor2000.com to learn or buy. Photo: Asa Christiana
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Adding hardware is often one of the trickier parts of a project, and this toolbox is no exception. In this video, Matt installs the door pins and lock in a way that ensures perfect alignment of the door.