Lumber Rack
Oct 18, 2009Public
Photo: My lumber storage rack will sit against the north wall, behind the plywood storage.
Photo: A piece of 1/4" plywood is tapered to match, and rests on top of the base. It will protect the drywall at the east end.
Photo: Here you can also see the cutoff storage behind the plywood rack. Five shelves, 2' feet deep, ~6" wide, and ~18" high...
Photo: The top of the base will have two 6" high dividers to the right, and a full length one on the left. It is cut slightly narrow to allow for installation of pine facing to cover the plywood edges. All exposed plywood edges will be faced...
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Photo: A stretcher is screwed to the wall to support the upper dividers. The full length divider is slightly tapered at the top to allow just a wee bit more light to show the shorter cutoffs stored on the shelf.
Photo: The base and wall dividers are set in the dadoes and held in place with corner brackets. The west/left side rests on the floor and is screwed to the base and the wall using brackets. The shelf, installed at 49" from the base, is there to provide two-tiered storage for longer cutoffs.
Photo: Overall dimensions are 6'l x 20"d x 78"t.
Photo: The dividers are spaced 20' apart from the wall.