This may turn out to be a long post so parts may be scattered through this thread. Organizational Boxes: A couple months ago an obligation was made to @Strawhouse that photos of my organizational boxes would be posted. These boxes have become numerous in the Aliner and through the house. We will start with the original box that started it all. One of the problems with woodworkers is how small does the piece of wood have to get before throwing it away? I have seen some throw away a 1/3 sheet of plywood. My current standards are less than 1/2". What do you do with a piece of plywood 3/4" wide? After you set the table saw up for a dado or rabbet cut you use the scrap to verify the intended saw setting. There was a project that produced an abundance of plywood strips about 6" wide. The DW has a coffee maker than uses the overpriced, little, plastic cups that she buys by the 100's at Costco. She wanted a system to hold a variety on the countertop. These boxes are 3 cups wide by 3 cups long by 2 cups plus a 1/4" deep. On the bottom of each box are 4 - 3/4" square pieces of 1/4" plywood that nest into the box below it for stacking. 1/4" ply is too thin to rabbet joint so these are butt jointed. The Baltic Birch, multilayered plywood provides a modernistic, striped accent. The construction is a plywood base pan that the sides are build on top. Each one takes a day. You start by gluing a long side with clamps to the base and walk away. The next time you walk through the shop you glue another side, etc Save your posts for a couple days and the left front storage box project will be posted below. Sand the interior surfaces before assembly and finished in Tung Oil.