DIY Tool Rack

Tools Required:

  • Drill or screwdriver

  • Circular Saw, Miter Saw, or Table Saw

Optional:

  • Sandpaper

  • Paint or Stain

Time and time again I find myself laying a drill down, losing a bit, or plainly misplacing batteries. If you or a loved one suffers from the same lack of organization, this is the project for you.



Take your Cordless Drills, Drill Bit Sets, Batteries and their Chargers to build this $20 project in 10 minutes!





With just 5 cuts, you can make a better way for you to maintain your precious tools and allow for easy accessibility for others.

The Process


Step 1.

Make the cuts. You may use any wood of choice, but be wary of the thickness of your choice material. Begin to cut out the following measurements:

Step 2.

Fasten the pieces together with wood screws. It is literally that easy. If you would like to paint or stain the storage rack be sure to apply paint/stain before fastening.

You may sand the corners and edges to give an aesthetic appeal.

Here is an example of what it may look like when complete:


Here are links for recommended materials:


4 ft. x 8 ft. Yellow Pine Plywood


Philips Exterior Wood Screws

 For Questions /  Contact us at Trey@TylerInnovationPipeline.com or call 903-630-5891

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