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A clever way to save space for your workbench! [Ideas]
posted June 14 2012 10:03.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Some days ago i went to a customer and friend of mine for visit. You may know him from my previous articles where i use his CNC to machine my parts. I'm talking about Christo and Vassili Polidorou, carpenter and owner of an IMA BIMA 300 woodworking CNC.

So, here how it works. The roof above the workbench must be in a height that you can reach, for you don't want to climb on a ladder every time you want to reach your parts. You then screw the cap of the containers on the roof. Prefer glass-made or plastic transparent containers:

You can then screw the container on the cap:

Nice idea, isn't it?


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  • At 14 June 2012, 14:26:35 user Athanasios wrote:   [reply @ Athanasios]
    • Yes this is a clever way to store little things like screws and such. I've seen it before in a TV station I worked. The guy charged with all the hardware made lots of these to store screws, headers and jacks. It is really cool!

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