Universal Clamp Rack
I’ve tried several designs for clamp racks but this one’s the best because it holds lots of different types of clamps. It’s also very simple to build. I used 1/2-in. metal electrical conduit pipe and two 36-in. pieces of 2x6. I bought everything at a home center for about five bucks.
Cut the conduit into 32-in. lengths and drill 3/4-in.-deep holes in the wood sides. These dimensions ensure that the brackets can be mounted directly to studs that are 16-in. on center. The pipes are spaced 12 in. apart and 3 in. out from the wall.
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