Author Topic: How do you store parts/fasteners?  (Read 4824 times)

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Offline Andersrl

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Re: How do you store parts/fasteners?
« Reply #30 on: July 06, 2019, 06:05 PM »
I built a cabinet to hold Stanley hardware containers. The cabinet is sufficiently sturdy to hold the weight and the individual containers readily slide out to carry around the shop.  There is a built in keyboard tray that doubles as a pull-out shelf when I want to take out specific hardware sizes.


Offline broseiden

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Re: How do you store parts/fasteners?
« Reply #31 on: July 07, 2019, 02:50 AM »
Dewalt Tough System organizers -- I bought 3, ditched two of the boxes themselves but kept the modular containers, and built shelving to hold them in my trailer. The idea was that I could grab whichever fasteners / containers i needed, put them in the tough box, and they'd be spill proof, water proof etc. In reality though I never used the tough box and got rid of it as well.

Now I keep a sys-roll with a few sortainers and transfer the contents from my shelves to the sortainers as needed. I do wish I had some bigger drawers on my sys-roll as I cant even fit my Dewalt impact without removing the battery, but it's still the best method I've found so far.