or two would be very very illuminating...
Ask and ye shall receive! (and as a special added bonus, a way to store tools with cords)
Here are the 2 hanging panels in front of the corded tool and file storage.
Here is a closer look at the tracks and wheels
The bracket is a piece of strap which was drilled in 3 places before being bent in the vise. The top hole has a piece of rod inserted for the axle and welded on the back side. The skate wheel bearings slide over this axle and retained with a circlip/e clip/semi-circular thingy. The lower 2 holes are the mounting holes for the panel which allow the panel to be bolted to the bracket with 5/16" carriage bolts. Notice the bend in the bracket. The bend keeps the weight of the panel directly under the wheel so the panel hangs vertically.
Here is a shot of the corded tool storage. I have tried probably a dozen different ways to store things like drill motors, grinders, etc. And this is the best I have come up with so far.
I make some rings out of 1/8" welding rod and strapped a ring to the strain relief of each tool using nylon tiewraps. The board they hang on is scrounged from a Nordic-Track and has coat hooks every 8" screwed into the wood. There are 2 of these hanging boards screwed to the studs on either side of the window. I hang the tool's ring on the hook, and loop the extra cord up over the same hook. To use a tool, just grab it off the hook and the cord follows.
To make the rings, tightly wind the welding rod around a piece of 3/4" gas pipe making a coil. Cut the coil along its length and you get rings which are slightly warped. Get the BFH and pound them flat. When they are flat, weld or braze the ring ends where they butt up. You now have a bunch of rings that will take more weight than the coat hooks will support. I used 3 tiewraps on each tool and have not had a tool fall in the 2 years the boards have been up.
I hope these ideas may be of some use or give you another way to look at tool storage.
Rick (ALWAYS looking for better ideas) Dulas