Cordless Tool Charging Station

Make a Cordless Tool Charging Station to organize all of your cordless woodworking tools!
More info, photos, and plans on my website:

Recommended Tools (affiliate links):
– SawStop Table Saw
– Craftsman Sliding Miter Saw
– Dewalt Planer
– Craftsman Router
– Dewalt Trim Router
– Dewalt Jigsaw
– Ridgid Random Orbital Sander
– Dewalt Palm Sander
– Jet 14" Bandsaw
– 14 Gallon Shop Vac
– Ridgid Drill and Driver Combo
– Dewalt Scroll Saw
– 1" Belt Sander
– 8" Drill Press
– Lathe
– Lathe Tools
– Kreg K4 Pocket Hole Jig
– Glubot Glue Bottle
– Babe-Bot Glue Bottle
– Momentary Footswitch
– Freud 50 Tooth Thin Kerf Sawblade
– Microjig Gripper
– Microjig Grip Blocks
– MJ Splitter Thin Kerf
– RZ Mask
– Bench Cookies
Recommended Supplies (affiliate links):
– Harbor Freight Flashlight
– Clock Insert
– 3M General Purpose 45 Spray Adhesive
– Stick Fast Medium CA Glue
– Stick Fast Activator for CA Glue
– Titebond II
– Loctite Epoxy
– Transtint Dye
– Deft Spray Lacquer
– Johnson Paste Wax
– 10-14 Gallon Shop Vac Bag 3pk
1. Cut a 2'x4' sheet of 3/4" plywood into a 16" length and two 3.75" strips.
2. Cut three 8" shelves and two 10.5" shelves.
3. Customize the shelves to fit your tools.
4. Space the shelves apart so your tools will fit, then drill pilot holes and screw on the sides.
5. Hang it on the wall using a French Cleat.
6. Organize your cordless tools!
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  1. Glad to see you didn’t have your board get all womperjawed. Great charging station!

  2. Great Organizer Station Steve, looks sharp

  3. Good lookin’ project Steve. My vote for adding a jigsaw would be to turn the circ saw 90 degrees and add the jig next to it.

  4. The ShavingWood Workshop

    That is a great way to organize your cordless tools Steve ! I really like how you can adjust things to fit different needs down the road if you wanted to, very nice 🙂

  5. Stone and Sons Workshop

    That’s nice, Steve. Real nice.

  6. looks great and efficient.

  7. Welcome back!

  8. Man that’s a sweet setup Steve!

  9. dig it!! gonna make one!! keep up the goood work buddy

  10. Hi Steve! Great project my friend! It looks like a store display! The design is excellent! Cheers! Daniel

  11. Nice Steve 🙂 You always do good work.
    Laughed when you said “You don’t want kickback.” 😉

  12. Looks very neat Steve, great project.

  13. Great job Steve. Looks like a well thought out plan. I especially like the logo at the top. Very classy. 🙂

  14. Turned out nicely Steve. Thanks for sharing Man! Have A Super Blessed Week!…..Gus

  15. Nice job my friend You’re smiling person!!Greetings from Greece!!

  16. which tool have you used to stick the woods

  17. Steve guess what!!!! I subscribed 😀

  18. Awesome! Thank you very much! I really appreciate it.

  19. My first drill were BD … still working too, but not these lately product.Great choice with Ridgid is best for the value with lifetime battery warranty.

  20. What new BD tool did you get that you had a bad experience with?

  21. Steve Carmichael As far as I concern BD power tools spec seldom measure up with like Ridgid, Hitachi ,DeWalt product… In most cases not even informative, let say 12V, 18V with no list their in-lbs of touque for comparison of power. my rule of thumb is …Driver that drive a 4 inches outdoor screw through a 2X4 or into a 4X 4 with ease is good enough for me . Nice Work, Steve !

  22. Awesome !

  23. Please tell me precisely what kind of respirator you’re wearing in the video. Thanks!

  24. It’s a dust mask, not a respirator, but here’s a link – – RZ Mask

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