Maintaining an organized workshop is crucial for makers. If you don’t properly store tools and supplies, it’s easy to lose track of what you have, including your clamps. Due to the variety of clamps we use for projects, there are several different ways to store them. Take some time to build custom clamp storage that will help you become a better and more organized DIYer.
Image: April Wilkerson
This project’s been titled the “the World’s Easiest Clamp Rack”. Get the instructions from ManMade DIY.
The Crafted Workshop built a French cleat wall that is entirely customizable and space-saving.
All you need for this simple storage is a strip or two wood and a cabinet door to attach to! See the full details at Popular Woodworking.
Store your tools on a shelf that swivels around for 360° visuals! Get the plans at WoodStore.
WoodStore also offers this compact option that requires very little elbow grease.
Neatly stow your clamp collection on this sleek rack from Tyson Moore Builds.
Head to Woodworking for Mere Mortals for this rack that you can hook clamps onto with ease.
This rack from Fix This Build That can accommodate 36 parallel clamps or an assortment of bar, pipe or other clamps.
Get your clamps organized with scrap plywood, a bit of empty wall space, and these steps from Woodsmith Plans.
Check out this tutorial from April Wilkerson! She leveraged all four sides (and the top!) of this mobile cart for maximum storage.