Need a good way to archive your old how-to magazines?
Build these simple wood storage bins and have all your important reference materials at your fingertips instead of lost in a towering pile.
Finally got the time to build that project in The Family Handyman from three years ago?
Great…if you can find the right issue!
Build these bins and stock them with an orderly archive, and you’ll have instant access to years of projects and plans.
You can build four bins from one 60cm x 121cm sheet of 0.6cm. plywood and two 182cm-long 1x4s
Cut the 0.6cm plywood into eight 29cm x 28cm pieces.
Use a 18 litre bucket to trace a graceful S-curve from the 29cm-high corner across the plywood to a 15cm mark on the opposite side.
Simply establish a smooth curve.