Start by cutting the 2x4 support planks that will secure to your wall. You'll need one plank for every rubber storage bin you are mounting plus one plank to serve as the "stop" or base for your bottom bin. Here we created three bin modules, one for aluminum, one for paper and another for plastic therefore we cut four pieces of 2x4. If you are using three gallon bins as we did here, one piece of 6 foot 2x4 material is all you'll need for these support planks.
Measure the inside of your bins to determine the length of your support planks and mark your cuts.
Cutting 2x4 material is made easy when you pair the Dremel SM20 tool equipped with an SM560 Wood and Plastic Flush Cutting Wheel with the 2x4 cutting guide.
Place the 2x4 cutting guide near your measurement marks. Leave about a 1/8 inch between the guide and line to accommodate for the kerf of the wheel and its slight offset. Clamp the guide in place. With your SM500 wheel mounted in your Saw-Max tool, guide the foot of your tool against the 2x4 cutting guide. Once you have made your first pass, flip the board over with the guide still in place and make a second pass to complete the cut all the way through the 2x4.