January 18, 2014

How to build a cordless drill storage/charging station


  1. I looked at the video for this and then downloaded the Sketch Up file and materials list. I ended up modifying the design slightly (I didn't cut the ears off because I currently lack a miter saw and I also omitted the spot for your glue gun) but overall I followed this pretty closely. The materials list was awesome and made mods very simple. Thanks for this!

    1. You are very welcome. Please send me a pic of the finished product if you can!

  2. Donald - email me at joe@nunez.com and I can send you some pics of what I've been working on! Maybe I could even do guest participation on the blog...as mentioned in my other comment it seems we are at about the same skill level right now so it would be great to compare and contrast notes and current projects. I'm about to start a planter that looks very interesting and I'd love to share it with you.

    I am also using your older posts as a guide to what tools I need that I don't have. Since this original comment I did acquire the miter saw and yesterday bought a drill press and combination belt and disc sander at Harbor Freight for use in the shop. I also built a really nice work bench that I'm using and am currently working on my miter stand.

    Anyway - email me and I'll send you some more stuff!

  3. This is fantastic! My drills are always laying everywhere. I have to hunt for my batteries, and then they're not charged. I need this!

  4. You are very welcome. Please send me a pic of the finished product if you can!makita impact driver

  5. Wow, I thought photos are enough to help me get on projects like this. Thanks for sharing the video - I thought it was awesome!