| One big box and lot of small boxes. That's all there is to this roll-around cart. Yet, as simple as it is, it's a great way to store power tools and accessories.
First, it has a number of shallow, pull-out trays (you decide how many) to help organize your power tools and accessories. The tray height is adjustable, so you can arrange the trays to fit your own tools. And it's really convenient. Just slide out a tray and grab a tool, or take the whole tray with you. Or roll the whole cart up to your workbench or out onto the driveway.
As an added bonus, this cart is strong enough to use as a benchtop tool stand for your thickness planer or jointer or drill press.
And we designed this roll-around cart to fit in the unused space under the wing of your table saw, so you don't lose precious floor space for storage.
This Roll Around Tool Cart project plan was originally published in ShopNotes No. 54. It's made mostly with 3/4"-thick plywood and 1/4" hardboard with some thin strips of hardwood to cover the plywood edges.
WHAT YOU GET.The Roll Around Tool Cart project plan is a six-page, 1.1-megabyte pdf file. It includes complete, step-by-step instructions and 10 detailed drawings, along with a materials list.
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