I have a tiny workshop built into the back of my garage. A while ago I made a small bench and organized my tools. But after several years of collecting new tools and life it is starting to become a cluttered mess. It is time for a reorganization of the shop. My plan is to rework my workbench as well as build some new cabinets and storage to try and make better use of the very limited space I have. The other big goal is to get all my major power tools up where I can quickly access them without needing to do a lot of reshuffling of the workspace.
Here is a snapshot of where things stand now. Along the right wall I have built in shelves that are crammed with treasures and use all the available space very well. On the back wall is my small workbench, this is designed to fold up so I can use the door (that I never actually use). On the left wall we have the laundry area, tool and bike storage and some more shelves that are poorly organized.
So far I have added wrap around shelves across the top of the left side of the garage.
Reorganized and painted the laundry area.
Made a new roof mount for my extension ladder.
And cleaned up the space beside the car for easier entry and exit, along with finally starting to organize my wood collection.
I put my drill press up on casters and built a new table and storage drawer for it as well. Finally I fit a DRO and LED light to the drill to help improve my accuracy.
Wow, it sounds like you're taking on quite the project to reorganize your workshop! I can definitely relate to the struggle of a cluttered space after years of collecting tools and dealing with the demands of life. Your plan to rework the workbench and build new cabinets and storage sounds like a great way to maximize the limited space you have.
I must say, your dedication to getting all your major power tools easily accessible without constant reshuffling is impressive. It's clear that efficiency and functionality are important to you in your workshop.
I took a look at the snapshot you provided, and it's great to see the progress you've made so far. The built-in shelves along the right wall seem to be a treasure trove of well-utilized space. The wrap-around shelves on the left side of the garage are a smart addition, providing more storage options. The reorganized and painted laundry area adds a fresh touch to the workspace, and the new roof mount for your extension ladder is a clever solution.
Furthermore, your effort to clean up the space beside the car for easier entry and exit is a thoughtful improvement. And let's not forget about your wood collection! Starting to organize it is a step in the right direction.
I particularly admire how you put your drill press on casters and built a new table with a storage drawer for it. Adding a DRO (Digital Read Out) and an LED light to enhance accuracy is a fantastic idea. Your attention to detail and commitment to improving your tools and workspace is commendable.
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