Over the years, Washington-based homebuilder and designer Ron Paulk has created a number of tool trailers for himself. He put all of that expertise and experience into his latest Mobile Woodshop, neatly contained—and fully functional—inside of a 1,000-cubic-foot box truck that he can drive right up to the jobsite. We posted a link to his video tour of the truck shortly after it was finished last year, and this year we're going one better: We're interviewing Paulk himself on how he designed and built it.
Here in Part 1, Ron discusses his mobile tool storage needs, the concept behind the truck, and where the designwork by necessity must start:
More Ron Paulk coverage:
» Interview on the Mobile Woodshop, Part 1
» Interview on the Mobile Woodshop, Part 2
» Interview on the Paulk Workbench
» Ron Discovers the Workbench is a Design Hit