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Half a dozen of tips and tricks to tidy up your workbench [Lifehack]
posted January 30 2013 20:34.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You know exactly what i mean... There is just never enough space to store all your micro tools and expendables, there is just not a perfect storage solution to cover all your needs. Here are some neat tips and tricks which may help you...


The magnet tape

Magnetic tapes are sold precisely for this reason. Though this is not a hack, it certainly helps a lot.


Store-a-tape

Make it as long as you desire to store all your tapes. Use the blade of a hacksaw as a cutter for the sapes. Cool idea, right?


Pipes and spades

Cut some 10cm long pipes of the desired diameter and use it to hold tools like spades.


The box above

A very efficient way to store items in boxes that you don't use every day. Don't store heavy parts....


The ladder above

Its one of the hardest "tool" to store - not any more ;)


Muffin parts~

These muffin forms are perfect to store small parts underneath your workbench. Drill the form in a way to make a rotating drawer.


Bonus - Store your tiny parts in jars above your workbench. Follow this link to read this article
 
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