These instructions compliment the MicroShop plans and are a free download. If you haven’t built the MicroShop, you could still use this container build for whatever you like, and the plans are still free!
This is designed to be an easy build, with no complicated joinery.
About the plans:
- Formatted for normal sized (8.5″ x 11″) printer paper, so you can print them at home.
- Includes Imperial (U.S.) version AND Metric dimensions!
About the container:
- Outside Dimensions (at the largest point, the lid): 39.25″ (100cm) long x 25″ (64cm) wide x 20.5″ (52cm) tall.
- Provides enough room to fit the MicroShop as described in the video.
- Very strong and sturdy. If built as described, it could easily hold several hundred pounds.
Tools required (or at least strongly suggested) to build this project:
- A table saw.
- A miter saw (or some way to make cross-cuts….like the miter gauge on the MicroShop 😉
- A sander or sand paper.
- A pin nailer (recommended, but not strictly necessary).
- A drill.
- Some clamps.
Stafford White –
The plans for the ‘MicroShop Storage and Stand’, are very well made and easy to understand and follow. I have not started building this as of yet, but I see no foreseeable problems when I do. And of course, the cost of the plans, at the time of writing this, can’t be beat. ( FREE !! ) I don’t think anyone will be disappointed in the plans quality either.
Tommy Rich –
Stafford, thanks for the review! Good luck with the project!
Jarrod (verified owner) –
I paid for these plans and I am happy with the level of detail and easy build order. I will begin the build soon as I am still amassing the components. It is not just designed well, but it also planned well to help the build process. I recommend this very much. Thank you Tommy!
Russell Sizemore (verified owner) –
Great plans thank you very much
Brian (verified owner) –
Excellent plans with simple to follow instructions and tips. You are a true craftsman and know how to break it down for the part time hobbyists.