With my current sandpaper storage solution a mess, I needed to build a basic sandpaper cabinet to keep my sheets and discs organized. Using 1/2 inch and 1/4 inch plywood, I was able to design a simple solution.
The case is joined together using the housing joint and the dividers are seated in dado grooves.
The removable horizontal dividers makes this cabinet pretty flexible in regards to what I can store in it.
Using 2' by 2' half inch and quarter inch plywood.
I joined the case using the housing joint.
Cutting the dados in the case panels.
A dry fit of the housing joint.
Getting an idea on where everything will go.
The half inch plywood I used wasn't exactly half an inch which required me to use (3) 1/8 inch dado blades and (1) 3/32 inch dado blade in my stack. I also had to use shims to make it a perfect fit.
With all of the joinery drawn out to help keep track.
All of my pieces cut and ready for the glue up.
Production value through the roof! Great project, great video.
Thank you!@DPmakestuff said: