This wall-mounted tool chest has space for every conceivable hand tool. Four layers of storage, to be exact: in the deep main doors, on a pair of shallow inner doors, on the back board of the cabinet, and in a shallow, removable tray that sits behind the inner doors and in front of the back board. To keep access quick and straightforward, the tray slides side-to-side in dovetailed tracks.
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Daniel, I congratulate you on a stunning evocation of the Studley tool chest we all aspire to, re-imagined for the 21st century. Brothers...never mind plans, the thing is to make your own, just to suit your own space and requirements.Daniel, I'm guessing your work in the OR is just as spectacular. Kudos, & Happy Holidays!
plans, plans, plans. the beauty og the design and functionality are stunning. this is a great inspiration for newer members to learn the craft so that we can create this level of excellence. i realize that this is intimidating for a beginner, but a good challenge for an intermediate.
Nice, saw first on dream shop U tube, expected to see plans available here
I aspire to reach your level of craftsmanship, but also your vision as it applies to design. Stunning!!
I too, would welcome the opportunity to purchase plans.
Beautiful tool cabinet! Would like the plans plany plans....please.
Yep, Nice project. I too was hoping for plans...
No plans. Just what's in the article.
Second on the plans. As soon as I saw it in the magazine I wanted to make it a project.
Great cabinet! Any plans available?
Thanks for the comment. It was a fun project to build.
Daniel, this is a cleverly designed tool cabinet. I enjoyed your departure from the usual methods of tool holding.