No More Riffle Shuffle

I wish I had a photograph of how I stored scraps of plywood before I built this cart but I never thought to capture that poor, riffle shuffle. (By the way, a riffle shuffle is the card shuffling technique you see used frequently and if performed 7 times consecutively will fully randomize a deck of cards. This might be the only piece of information I recall from a high school course entitled: Discrete Mathematics.) I digress…

It suffices to say the method of storage was both cumbersome and an eyesore. This Plywood Storage Cart will:

  • increase linear feet of storage space by % 240
  • decrease shop floor footprint by % 20
  • be portable
  • maintain stock integrity
  • look better

[Author now pushes eyeglasses back to top of the nose with index finger]

Following is a video illustrating how it all went down.

Good day.

 

 

 

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