Woodworkers collect a great many clamps -- not just in numbers but also types and sizes. And as your collection grows, storage becomes an increasingly important problem. How do you organize a growing of assortment of clamps of all descriptions so you can find the one you need when you need it? How do you keep from having to walk halfway across the shop two or three times when the clamp you choose inevitably turns out not to be the one you wanted?
Nick's clamp caddy solves the storage, organization, and retrieval problems all at once. It's remarkably simple to build -- it's just a plywood box with a rack, a shelf, and a couple of drawers. But it accommodates clamps of all types and holds a remarkable number of them in a very small space. Additionally, it's mounted on casters so you can roll your entire collection of clamps wherever you need them. 14 pages in PDF format, including step-by-step instructions, a cutting diagram for plywood parts, and detailed drawings in both English/Imperial and metric measurements.