Topic: Re: Need small parts storage ideas
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I built the 48x48 shop in '82. 16x24 tool room is lined, insulated, 6 inches thick in the walls, 8 in the ceiling. 16 foot wall I have foot square cubbyholes-floor to ceiling- parts bins I bought on an AC dealer auction. A 24 foot wall I built floor to ceiling shelves from one inch lumber- foot deep, filled with coffee cans, etc. Bought steel cabinets on a county hospital liquidation....keep welding supplies in one, all my tractor/equipment manuals....several dozen.....in another. Mouse proof storage with the steel double walls. Other 16 foot wall is 10 foot steel workbench from a salvage yard, and steel bolt cabinet. Other 24 foot wall is welder, radial arm saw, manual cabinet and 10 foot sliding door. Multiple plastic storage units for small screws, etc, and better half likes mocha......so she saves the little cans for me for little stuff.
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