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WALL CABINET

This sturdy wall cabinet will not only provide you with lots of storage options, but it also functions as a charging station for your common handheld power tools.

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This cabinet is primarily built from one full sheet of ¾” birch plywood, including the frame, the shelves, the drill holder, and the door panel. An angled platform with dividers made from ½” birch plywood is stylish and makes it easy to insert and remove batteries. Built-in shelves behind the doors allow for added storage options for frequently-used smaller items. Add a few quick-release couplers to easily hang your pneumatic tools.

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Designed By
Alex Fang

The Shop Cabinet/Charging Station is designed and built by Alex Fang, founder of Bevelish Creations. He’s an engineer and self-taught woodworker that builds anything from small decor items to large furniture pieces and then shares his creations with the world through social media.

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