So, I've recently moved, and I used to be able to dedicate a couple bays of a 3 car garage to my woodworking addiction.
The new place only has about 1/2 the space, and I need to share that with a 1946 chevy 4 door fleetmaster, in a really limited state of restoration.
I've got several projects that I need to get started on, and the problem is that with the lumber that I have, I just don't have room. Some of the lumber was recently delivered, and some I've had for a very long time, stored vertically on edge, which, as you know, tends to make the wood warp.
So today, I did something about it. I built a cart that would hold my hardwood lumber as well as my sheet goods.
Another requirement is that I need to be able to move the '46 back into the garage, when required.
Here's what i came up with...
The great thing is that it's on wheels. I can get to the shelves that were previously hidden by the sheet goods, and now, the hardwoods can gently rest horizontally. And best of all, I can see what I have and start to use up the inventory!