Shop Shelving using French Cleats – Easy How To

Shop Shelving using French Cleats – Easy How To

Today I’m making DIY Shop Shelving with French Cleats for the Shipping Container Shop. This is an easy How To project for the garage, shop or your home… where ever you need to store stuff on a wall!

Knife and Sheath info… I’ll be posting this to ebay sometime this weekend and will put Homesteadonomics in the title. Also, i misspoke regarding the knife maker… It is C3 Knives made by Chris Cody.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for watching! Joe

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Tracy Livingstone says:

Very tidy job on those shelves love that french bracket idea. They would look fab in the granny annexe mmm play house even lol.

lake bum says:

Hey Joe,
Nice upper cabinet build. I can see the miter saw fence in my head right now. Can't wait to see the video.

Huffster says:

Since you're familiar with the kreg jig, check out their fence/rail systems. The fence on my miter saw uses a wood fence with their top track, which multiple stops can be mounted to. I recessed their t-track into the top of the work surface and it holds the fence. When the fence isn't needed, loosen the fence and push it back out of the way or remove it completely. Nice work.

Christian says:

I love it. Thanks for posting.

Teresa Plunkett says:

I totally agree with what steamboatal said! I love watching your work. I am constantly comparing yours & Rag & Bone Brown's work. I think he's pretty brilliant in most of his work, some,
not-so-much. Your's are all "genius"! But he does great wood finishing! I think sometimes it would be cool to see y'all work together and share your knowledge of how you make an artisans functional piece of …furniture. Your combined talents would be worth a fortune! 😁👍

A. Vigor says:

very technologically and beautifully, like

Mark Atkinson says:

Loved the mini pocket screw jig.. kreg jig is too cumbersome.. palm held, quick.. who makes THAT ONE?

Mark Atkinson says:

You have just successfully,designed Your very OWN NICHE' !! SELL THE OUTFITTED PORTABLE STOARGE /SHOP … JOBSIGHTSHOP.. EQUIPPED TO SUIT YOUR SPECS! THERE YA GO. RUN WITH IT.. I WANT ONE ALREADY!

Victor L. Fazio III says:

Real nice brother!!!!

Mark Biallas says:

Thanks for sharing Joe!

William Walter says:

Hi Joe,    Time to think about a leather grinding apron. Do you follow Fouch Family Off Grid? Well after destroying a hoodie / sweat shirt, Nick got himself a leather grinding apron. Based on this video you could use one too.    Cheers,     Bill

elk hunter says:

French cleats. Never heard of them. Absolutely brilliant! Wish I'd known this method when I hung mine. Can't imagine a stronger method. Very well done sir.

John Kelley says:

Your shop just keeps looking better and better!

Big Sky at Night says:

Thanks for the vid! Sometimes “simple” projects are a great inspiration for an “I can do that too!” attitude.. easy and fast (unless you’re me 😅)& makes you feel like you accomplished something 👍. Love the sheet metal backing. And nice improvements on the saw table!

700 700 says:

Very nice craftsmanship and attention to detail. The video production and editing is top-notch. Pleasant pace, nice camera angles, superb commentary. Thanks.

Fuentes says:

Great intro with the hats and superb use of space

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