[WWI] Tool trolley?
david.n.lombard at gmail.com
Mon Aug 12 11:59:44 EDT 2013
Container Store has a lot of useful storage supplies. I have cabinets to
put my bits in so I can build in the family room. I also use several
"cafeteria" trays to hold my current builds. Allows me to keep my building
"context" for each model. Pull the tray, pull a drawer organizer with my
tools, and away I go. :)
Speaking of organizing, I just figured out that a P-Touch labler allows me
to put a small label on the tops of paint jars so I can keep the jars in
boxes yet still rapidly find the color I want.
On Aug 12, 2013 8:01 AM, "Michael Kendix" <mkendix at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I think that looks useful. I saw something a bit more elaborate in "The
> Container Store" on wheels - plastic and with 6 drawers for about $60. The
> metal ones from the hardware stores are a quite a bit more expensive.
> Brian - yes, I have seen Rafe's make-up box & it is an excellent piece but
> I need a something a bit bigger so I can put the kit I am building in one
> its drawers, that sort of thing. Also, I never take that stuff on vacation
> - my wife would have a fit.
> > Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 07:50:53 -0300
> > From: dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar
> > To: wwi at wwi-models.org
> > Subject: Re: [WWI] Tool trolley?
> > Michael!
> > > I'm trying to make things a bit more organized and easier to keep my
> > > stuff put away.
> > A friend of mine bought recently a thing like this:
> > While it might appear a bit flimsy, it gets more solid once is full
> > and by the type of supplies that we modellers have, I'd say it's
> > almost an overkill. Besides it's rather cheap, no use on trying to
> > reapir one, just buy a new unit.
> > I have an old wooden nightstand that I repurposed, adding drawers
> > inside. It's fancier, but heavier, and doesn't have wheels.
> > D.
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