Making a Cordless Drill Storage Charging Station With Leftovers
Featured Wood PlansWorkshop Plans November 7, 2017 WoodworkCity 0
If you have cordless drills and a shop, you should build this Cordless Drill Storage and Charging Station.
I don’t know what it is, but I am a sucker for any project that helps to clean up the scraps of plywood or lumber that I cannot part with in my workshop. As many of you know, these scraps pile up and end up cluttering your shop and probably slowing your workflow.
This cordless drill storage and charging station is a terrific little build that you can be proud of. The simple drawer is a great touch and a nice place to include bits, or attachments. If you are new to drawer construction, this simple method will make you realize it is something that you can do and it might lead you down a road of much new shop cabinetry.
Good luck with this build. The full plans are linked at the bottom of this post.
Material and Supplies:
- 1/2″ Plywood
- 1/8″ hardboard ( for the drawer bottom)
- Tape measure
- Wood Glue
- Water-based finish/sealer
Full Plans: Making a Cordless Tool Storage / Charging Station: 8 Steps (with Pictures)
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