How to Make a Custom Tool Organization Board
How to Make a Custom Tool Organization Board
Make your own tool organization wall that is better than a pegboard, and cheaper!
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What is the thickness of your board?
Great simple board. I am going to organize my husband’s tools like that. He made some very sturdy shelves but they are open and not very useful to hold anything other than storage bins. I am going to make doors for them and add your idea for the not super heavy tools. I am sure I will be able to find some heavy duty door hinges… maybe something designed for heavy big gates.
Funny to see this with nails, because that was my idea but then I thought would be sloppy, but no, it looks super nice. Just to start I will hang everything with nails until I can actually use the power tools, right now we can’t barely walk in the garage.
Thank you, thank you, thank you
Why you earing hearing protection for?
How much of time spent to make this?
What is your advice to someone who works in a job and does not have much time to complete a project on the same day?
Hobbyists enjoy working with their hands and find happiness in making things themselves
Your advice to them will make them happy and help them
This is really slick! Thank you for sharing!!
I never really got all the hype about French cleats or pegboard. I used to do what you did, just pretty much put a nail into the wall and it’s good. I recently got a free 4×8 sheet of pegboard and a bunch of hook things from work. Really depends what hook diameter you use. The 1/4” ones are a pain to put on and take out but they are solid. Then they have the skinnier like 1/8” or something hooks that go in easy and flop around. I like the look of pegboard tho, kind of a classic shop look.
Fantastic ideas and clear presentation. I have been looking at pegboards, but everything looked rather flimsy, restricting and not accommodating all of my requirements. Then I came accross this. This is exceeding all my expectations – look no further, thank you so much.
Great thanks for a grand tutorial. Looking to do this tomorrow.
Peg boards SUCK! French cleat.
very good work bro, thank you for showing us
I need this done but its so boring
You’d mentioned a couple of times about using pin nails to hold the boards for just in case you need to move them around.
My question is, have you ever had to move stuff around? And have they held up and not gotten loose over time? I was
planning on going with french cleats but after seeing your setup, I think this will work for me better. I only require about
4 feet by 5 feet of space to display my tools and the french cleat system have plenty of dead space.
I like it! I have used the peg board system for my tools and it’s worked well for me. I bought some little clips that hold the pegs in the board so they don’t come off when I grab a tool. I wish I had more wall space to put tools on because it works so much better to hang your tools up than put them in a drawer.
What screw you used for the wall cement?
Usually I used tox screw
amazing video and board. so wonderful to look at. well done.
Great job man! I love it!
Hanging tool on the wall seem like a good idea for small shop but it is actuality very inefficient in space utilization.
Very nice tool board
Thoughts on shadow boarding? I’m going to make a tool board, and I’m sure I’ll want to re arrange it at some point, so I’m reluctant to shadow board it using a permanent marker. Any ideas on a quick and easy way to mark tool shadows in a way that isn’t permanent? Self adhesive vinyl seems tricky for long spnfly things like coping saws…
EXCELLENT! Thank you.
I didn’t see it mentioned in the video, but noticed it at the end…. nice touch with the paper towel rack 😉 I like that it doubles as a small shelf. Overall really great job!
Love the tee shirt
Just pic up some old book shelves on bulk day.
Love it ! Building my own. Thanks for the ideas. Frank, Bethany Oklahoma.
i like your sander with the drill
I need that hand drill sander
How can I make a side track
Very nicely done I have to agree with you 100 percent way better than peg board I just got to figure out how to organize my tools so that I’m not knocking stuff off every time I reach for something how did you make the thing for your nut drives the holder you made for the screw driver’s is awesome to thanks for sharing 👍
My favorite part by far is the diy grip discs. That’s pure genius.
Nice shirt dude.
08:00 My woodwork teacher told me NEVER ever stand your plane up, always lay on its side to protect the blade
Just starting to watch this video. .. couple questions: 1. How do I make a homemade saw track? #2. Why use your skill saw instead of table saw? … #3. LOVE your work bench with table saw and miter saw…. How can I turn mine into something similar?…
Magnets in a garage are a no no. When you grind metal ALL the shavings stick them and when you go to grab you tool, you end up with slivers in your fingers lol
This looks very nice but French cleats I believe are way better since they give you the ability to add new tools and rearrange as needed.
Nice man I’m inspired!
Really nice! Great!
Thanks bud, it looks good & should help a lot.. (i hate pegboard to..lol)
Question – what are the hot glue discs that you used? Love the idea and overall everything looks great!
Logically placed, skillfully crafted and well presented. Great video, well done, sir.
Good ideas but half the video was how to hang a piece of plywood to the wall.
I like how well thought through this is. At first the video looked obvious but I definitely learned a few things. Like
Thanks Tommy! I needed a toolboard for my guitartech workshop