Liked on YouTube: DIY Food Can Dispenser – with plans

In this video I build a DIY hanging food can dispenser, which holds 42 cans of food and rotates them. This was a necessary project, since there are a lot of cans of food to store in my house during this quarantine. It helped a lot with organizing my pantry, so I hope it helps you too.

This should give you a fun and useful project to build #WithMe while you #StayHome

You can download a free PDF of the plans here:

Camera work by Amy Urbanske.

 Tools used in this project: (affiliate links)
GRK Cabinet screws (to attach to wall):
Empire 6″ combination square:
Stanley 12′ tape measure:
Titebond I – 1 quart:

Ryobi Impact Driver:
DeWalt cordless drill:
Ridgid 10″ compound miter saw:

SawStop Jobsite Saw:
SawStop brake for 10″ blades:
Diablo 10″ combination saw blade:


Other tools I like to use: (affiliate links)
2″ Marples chisel:
2″ Marples chisel (Sheffield):

Pony woodworking vise:
Kreg bench dogs:
DeWalt trigger clamps:

Tascam lavalier mic w/ recorder:
Big Buld LED – 4275 lumens:
Big Bulb LED – 2570 lumens:

2-sided Japanese rip/crosscut saw:
Single Edge Z-saw Japanese saw:
Replacement blade for Z-saw:

SawStop brake for 8″ dado stacks:
Diablo 8″ dado stack:

Skilsaw jig saw:
Porter Cable 16 gauge nailer:
Ryobi forstner bit set:
Ryobi drill press:
Porter Cable 2-1/4 hp router:
Dremel 4000 Rotary Tool Kit:

Tung Oil Finish:
Minwax Matte Polycrylic – 1 Quart:
Klean-Strip Denatured Alcohol – 1 Gallon:
Klean-Strip Acetone – 1 Gallon:

Titebond I – 1 quart:
Titebond II – 1 quart:
Titebond III – 16oz:

Author: gbierman

I am a Self-Employed Photographer and IT Tech currently living in Little Rock, Arkansas. My interests range from photography, technology, music, and reading.