These L-brackets drop into slots in a wall-mounted rail to provide instant work support for sanding or similar work.
Tim Dwyer runs his shop, Old School Carpentry in Bradenton, Fla., in a space that has more vertical room than it does square footage on the floor. So, he’s constantly looking for ways to make the most of his space, and he’s come up with some ingenious alternatives.
One way is taking advantage of usually good Florida weather and moving some work outside. To facilitate that, he’s built a rail on the outside wall of the shop that has slots for L-brackets. The brackets can be instantly added to create a solid work support for sanding or other work. The same system could be used inside a shop that has free wall space in a multi-purpose area. See the photos below.
In the spray booth, the L-shaped supports are conveniently hinged to provide ready support or fold out of the way as needed.
Dwyer also uses a similar support system in the shop’s spray booth. But instead of removable brackets, the L-shaped supports are hinged and fold against the wall.
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