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9th June 2010 17:51

Alan Yates wrote...


It does have some disadvantages, it takes up floor space. Having the draws against a wall trades spreading them out for just narrowing the room/bench a little. That said I currently have the Mark II version on my desk (the girlfriend traded it back to me), and at arms length on the "lazy susan" it is very easy to get parts quickly. I have all my resistors and capacitors in it, arranged in decades running vertically.



4th June 2010 02:47

David Davidson wrote...

Man this is sweet.this will help get back some wall space.I have 21 cabinets of all sizes and this will make it so much better.great project and thanks for posting.great web site also.lots of great stuff.