Miter saw or circular saw to cut the 2 x 4 to height (or have the warehouse store do it for you)
Power Drill and bits
marker or pencil
3/4 Plywood cut into width and depth needed
2 x 4's cut to height need (how many will depend on height)
2 -1 x 2" cut to length of shelves
1 1/2 " screws
The legs are cut to 37 inches so that the overall height is roughly 38" tall. The reason for the height, I use quite a few of the plastic storage bins and they are roughly 17" in height on average. This way I could have two rows of them or 3 if I used the top of the shelves as storage.
How to start:
I started by lining up the 3 legs and clamping them together and then clamping it all to my work bench. A mark was placed at 18" and 19". This is where the "trench" or "dado" will go to that you can inset the shelf. I trenched it out to 1/2 inch
I hope that description was not too confusing! If you have any questions, please email me or leave a comment. I also have a YouTube channel where I feature many of my recipes and Challenges, Speed Draws and soon some of my DIY's. If you would like to check it out, click on this link: Bristlee One
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It's the one you have,