Author Topic: Systainer hand tool storage ideas - Warning: they're Blue!  (Read 7204 times)

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Offline Remodelboy

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I was clicking around the German Diefenbach Workbench site and found these.  I know that the color is all wrong, but there are some inspirational ways of using a systainer shown here.

http://www.hobelbaenke.com/systainer.htm

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Offline James Metcalf

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Re: Systainer hand tool storage ideas - Warning: they're Blue!
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2007, 10:27 PM »
Thanks. Neat ways to store in systainers. I printed off some pictures from the site. I will build some of these inserts. I built one insert this week out of 6 mm thick stuff,it is light and strong, but it took a great deal of time to get what I wanted. I could Domino and drill up some of these quickly.Thanks again.










Offline John Stegall

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Re: Systainer hand tool storage ideas - Warning: they're Blue!
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2007, 01:00 PM »
The biggest problem I had with something similar was how much they weighed after I got them in the systainer...the tools that is.
Thanks for the link.

Offline birniegw

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Re: Systainer hand tool storage ideas - Warning: they're Blue!
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2007, 12:52 PM »
Cool even if blue.  Orderable in the US?

Offline Forrest Anderson

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Re: Systainer hand tool storage ideas - Warning: they're Blue!
« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2007, 02:17 PM »
Cool even if blue. 

You know, despite the title to this thread, I reckon they're meant to be black rather than blue, since schwarz is German for black.

For instance, the top left one at http://www.hobelbaenke.com/systainer.htm is described as...

Systainer Schwarz mit dreiteiligem Einsatz fur Werkzeugsatz 34-teilig

...which I think says...

Black Systainer with three-part insert for 34-piece toolkit.

The red one is described as "Systainer Rot", where rot is German for red.

Forrest

« Last Edit: September 17, 2007, 02:22 PM by Forrest Anderson »
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