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Offline UncleJoe

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How about a portable shop update
« on: April 20, 2017, 01:26 PM »
Hey Seth, I went looking for your post on the portable shop and all the photos are dead, hey it happens. But I got to thinking. It looks like you made that post back in 2013 so for at least 4 years you have been working with the portable shop. What have you learned, changed, improved or discarded.

I really liked your original idea and I am sure it inspired many here to do somersetting similar. Now would be a good time to reflect on how it has worked and post photos of what you are using now. (Not like you have anything better to do  [smile])
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Offline SRSemenza

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Re: How about a portable shop update
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2017, 01:37 PM »
Hey Seth, I went looking for your post on the portable shop and all the photos are dead, hey it happens. But I got to thinking. It looks like you made that post back in 2013 so for at least 4 years you have been working with the portable shop. What have you learned, changed, improved or discarded.

I really liked your original idea and I am sure it inspired many here to do somersetting similar. Now would be a good time to reflect on how it has worked and post photos of what you are using now. (Not like you have anything better to do  [smile])

Actually I've recently been thinking of showing the current version. Similar but different.  It's gone through a few Systainer changes over the years. I will try to get to it soon.

The full write up of the original version including pictures is still available on talkFestool  Site Tool Kit

I am also curious to see what other may have done more recently.

Seth

Offline Texastutt

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Re: How about a portable shop update
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2017, 09:57 PM »
I've gone to using the sys carts for two stacks for cleanroom installs where I'm not working out of a job box.
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