15 - Sliding Table, страница 10

15 - Sliding Table, страница 10

SHOP PROJECT

Shop Tote

A unique "split" handle design provides a handy grip for each tray and allows you to stack them on top of each other.

hen Steve (our Shop Manager) walked into the workshop the other day, the first thing I noticed was the sly grin on his face. Then I realized he'd brought a prototype of a project for me to look at — a small tote for organizing and carrying around hardware, hand tools, or whatever, see photo above.

two trays. At first glance, I thought that it was just a deep box with a handle. But on closer inspection, I realized that there were actually two trays, one on top of the other.

Intrigued, I lifted up the top tray only to find that "half" of the handle came along with it (Steve's grin got wider). The other ''half" of the handle was built into the bottom tray. Ingenious. This way each tray has its own handle. And when the trays are stacked up, the handles combine to form a heavy-duty grip for the entire tote.

dividers. In addition to the unique handle design, this Shop Tote also features a set of built-in dividers. These dividers allow you to customize each tray to help organize its contents. (For more on this, see page 12.)

Materials

A Fronte/Backs (4)

V2" x 2V2" -14"

3 Ends (4)

1/2" X 2V2" - 99/l6"

C Center Rails (2)

1/2" X 2V2" -13"

D Lower Handle (1)

*1/2" x 7V2" -13"

E Upper Handle (1)

*1/2" x 5" -13"

F Bottoms (3)

4V2" x I3V2" - V&" Mas.

G Narrow Bottom (1)

4" x 13V2" - Va" Mas.

H Dividers (6)

V2" x 2V&" - 4"

1 Short Dividers (2)

1/2" x 2V&" - 31/2"

* Two layers of V4" Maeonite

EXPLODED VIEW

UPPER HAN

UPPER TRAY

LOWER TRAY

1" x #16 WIRE BRAD

BOTTOM

LOWER HANDLE

SHORT DIVIDER

CENTER RAIL

FRONT/BACK

DIVIDER

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ShopNotes

No. 15

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