#8 of 8 WELL PLANNED WORK TRAILER. I drilled shelf pin holes every 1-1/4", offset pins to pitch shelf back, so there is no need to secure tools. I used 3/4" maple ply for sides and 1/2" for shelves to reduce weight. I also laid blocks behind the tools on the shelf so they would stay near the outer edge. Tool storage design, organization ideas, trailer, contractor mobile. van organization.
#4 of 8 BEST PLANNED WORK TRAILER. I used 30" BLUM soft close undermount slides for the miter saw tray with a slide bolt to keep it in place during travel. In the back of that miter saw tray are vertical slots to hold sharp and used blades. All tools at the back of the trailer are used almost daily. Ones used less frequently are further in the trailer. I have a maple plywood top for the horses with a hand cutout that sticks further out than the horses for easy access. Mobile tool storage.
#5 of 8 BEST PLANNED WORK TRAILER. Keep shelves adjustable for different size cases. I used "L" shaped metal shelf pins with a hole, so I could screw through the shelf pin, into the shelf, so nothing moves. I also layer a cleat behind the tools on the shelf so it Brinson it to the outer edge of the shelf. Mobile tool storage