Whether you are just learning the basics of simple maintenance or are taking on a big project for the house, good cordless tools are essential.
Cordless tools used to be heavy, cumbersome behemoths with fat nickel-cadmium batteries. But tool companies have slimmed their products down.
Our drill station rack has two shelves with large space to put your screwdriver bits tools or tool box, and 5 hanging slots are enough to put your power tools conveniently. This cordless drill organizer makes your tools in order. Space is fully utilized.
These days, cordless tools are compact and powerful. New innovations are allowing some larger cordless tools to become nearly as powerful as their plugged-in counterparts. Some cordless tools now come in kits of several tools with one or two batteries for a relatively low price!
Now, this is a great DIY project for storing your cordless tools together with all their accessories!
This cordless drill storage will help keep the entire workshop looking clean and organized. It also serves as the charging station so that items related to your cordless tools are always all in one place. Just don’t forget to provide it with a power outlet. ;)
This DIY storage is also space-saving as it is wall-mounted. Thus, you can make better use of every inch of your work area.
If you don’t have any wall space available anymore, you can incorporate this idea into existing furniture/storage in your workshop! One good example would be your workbench.
Is this going to be your next project for the workshop?
See the different versions of this cordless drill storage and charging station from our album below for your inspiration! You can also get the link to an easy-to-follow tutorial after the album. :)
- 3/4″ Plywood (1/2 sheet 4’x4′)
- 1/4″ Plywood
- 1 1/4″ Screws
- Wood Glue
- Sand Paper
- 3″ Screws
- Drawer Pull
- Table Saw with Dado Cutter
- Measuring Tape
- Stud Finder
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Thanks to Her Tool Belt for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…