Trying to keep the woodworking posts flowing so, while not a construction worthy of a tutorial on double tenons or anything; come along whilst I re-org my lumber rack . . . .
The white metal rack parts come from Lowe's (or Lee Valley if you're up that-away) and had been up quite awhile. When I first put them up I failed to think 3-dimensionally . That is they were level left to right and up and down with mother earth but I forgot how rippled framing and therefor drywall can be around here.
The arms would never line up along the length of a board due to "wall-waves" and I used to use shims to keep things reasonably level. As mentioned in another post I have a 'things that I just can't stand anymore' list and this was on it.
Time for a run to the lumber yard anyway so between fixing sprinkler valves that the yard-kid busted . .. .oh, sorry; wandering. I shimmed the shelf standards with pieces of ash tapered out of scrap. You can sort of see them on the left hand standards. The strip of PB was a guide I tacked up but since that wall is going to get a major rebuild "soon" I just left him up and crowded some misc clamp racks in there with the Vac tools.
So now everything sits nice; mahogany on the bottom then maple and ash. third from the bottom is a lone piece of QSWO that will get company soon. The stuff on the top rack will have to go to make room as well.
So all the other stuff got moved over here:
These plywood do-jobbers are quick to make and can hang from joists to hold stuff till you rotate your material into product. So I have some overflow of walnut, beech, BE maple, redwood, ash and cherry but Christmas is coming and that's a great time to burn up small stuff making gifts.