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Tool box organiser's

nick88

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hey guys, just after some ideas/pictures of your tool box's, wanting to know where you have got your drawer storage/organizer stuff from, looking along the lines of this...






Also what drawer liners have you found to be the best to stop tools rolling around etc?
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handmade. even the dovetails....
for woodwork though. and this is the show one, not the work one =P

that stuff they line kitchen drawers with (sorta spongy) is pretty good. otherwise dividers or their own storage boxes work well.
as shown in the picture i find it good to keep the original box at times. even if it might mean keeping say 2 screwdrivers up the top.

the insert part with the handle is very handy.. and i want to make soemthing similar for work. you can chuck tools in there and take em up. say you need 8 tools or so for a job, you dont need to go back and forth, and can carry them with ease.

so really if you want a good "custom" job. a router and some timber is a good start. with some full drawer slides you could make yourself a mean toolbox, which one day i know i hope to do, with the castors and so on. (mechanics toolbox homemade in other words)
 

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i could have sworn there was more posts in here
 

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studley toolchest.
every single tool can be taken out without removing another.
 

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hmm i think you'd find it difficult getting any of the 3 planes in the middle out without removing the marking guage. but nicely laid out none the less.

can anyone else see the freemason symbol?
 

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apparently it opens up etc. its pretty cool.
as there are tools behind alot of the ones you can see.
 

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lol, its definitely a pretty cunning layout. very tricky. i like it.
 
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