I have a poor solution to storing my yard tool batteries. I never developed a clear place for them, so they ended up piled onto the cart that holds all my drill press junk. That seems to be the story of my organizational life. Either make a place for something, or expect it to be awkward and always in the way.
No more, I am going to clean this up a bit and make a specific place for these chargers. Behind the drill press is a good location. It is right next to the garage door and easily accessible when I am mowing. I had a few ideas for mixed wood and printed brackets in my head and decided to use this as an opportunity to try something.
Angled braces are doable in wood, but can be a little tough to make symmetric. This printed bracket ties the two pieces together well and should be able to support a massive amount of weight. I don’t need it to in this case, but it was a good test.
They are green because I had some older green filament I wanted to use up. Might as well go green on everything. The wooden parts got a spritz of some well matching green I happened to have.
Once dry the brackets made installation pretty simple. It holds the mounting plate at a consistent 45 degree angle and is pretty strong even with only one side installed. I mounted the top charger so I could figure out impingement free placement for the lower charger.
The L piece the two chargers attach to has a notch in it so it will hang on a lip on the red toolbox below my drill press. The drill press area is still a hot mess, but this ticks one problem off the list.