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Jeremy Johnstone

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Jeremy Johnstone
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General Information

A simple sandpaper organizer.
Requires some 0.5" plywood, and 0.25", and 0.125" MDF.
Cut the top and bottom with your CNC or a saw.
The trays slide out, and include center dividers and a place for labels!

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Material Description Price
Birch Plywood

Birch Plywood (×3)

Type: Plywood, Wood Type: Plywood, Species: Birch, Thickness: 1/2 in, Dimensions: 12 in × 24 in

$31.47

MDF Wood

MDF Wood (×10)

Dimensions: 12 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/4 in, Type: MDF

$39.90

MDF Wood

MDF Wood (×2)

Dimensions: 12 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/8 in, Type: MDF

$5.98

$77.35
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1

Cut the main body

45 minutes

Use the Easel project to cut out the main body.

This will cut out the left and right side, with the slots for the trays, and the dados for the top and bottom.

2

Cut the top and bottom

5 minutes

With the 0.5" plywood, cut the top and bottom: 11.75″ × 11.25″.

Glue the top and bottoms to the left and right sides.

3

Cut the back of the cabinet

5 minutes

With the 0.125" MDF, cut a piece 22″ × 12.25″.
Glue and nail to the back of your organizer.

4

Cut the trays / shelves

With the 0.25" MDF, cut as many trays you want.
http://easel.inventables.com/projects/UP44rpjj2ry6x552Lh5vKw#

Cut as many center dividers and you need.
These are simple ~10" long strips. Match the height to match the distance between trays / shelves.

5

Optional

One can batch out a trays faster if using a table saw and a jig.
Cut the trays on the table saw in 11.5″ × 11.25″ panels.
Then simply screw or clamp them in place on your machine.
Remove the profile cut from the Easel project and save yourself some time.