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    Organizer na wiertła z kątownika stalowego

    Cześć nadal próbuje ogarnąć bałagan w warsztacie.
    Teraz padło na wiertła i frezy. Zrobiłem organizer ścienny z kątownika stalowego 50/50/3 mm. Wydaje mi się, że to fajny sposób bo jest prosty do wykonania z możliwością dostosowania do swoich potrzeb. Można do projektu wykorzystać większy lub mniejszy kątownik wiercić pojedyncze i podwójne otwory itp. według uznania. Ja zrobiłem sobie na razie dwa jeden na frezy drugi na wiertła od fi 3 do fi 9,9.
    Pozdrawiam i do kolejnego filmu


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    Thanks Salix84! We've added your Drill Bit Organizer to our Storage and Organization category,
    as well as to your builder page: Salix84's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    What language is this please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew1966 View Post
    What language is this please?
    If you put it into Google translate and select "detect language", you'll not only get a translation but it will report "Polish detected" as the language.
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    Excellent concept Salix84.
    Everybody worries commonly about floor space for equipment and storage; sometimes neglecting/ under-utilizing walls and cubic space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mklotz View Post
    If you put it into Google translate and select "detect language", you'll not only get a translation but it will report "Polish detected" as the language.
    Yew Bewdy! Thanks mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Excellent concept Salix84.
    Everybody worries commonly about floor space for equipment and storage; sometimes neglecting/ under-utilizing walls and cubic space.
    If you share a garage shop with a vehicle, don't overlook the space under the vehicle for storage...

    Lengths of stock, seldom used hoses or extension cords, etc.

    Of course, if you must remove the vehicle to work in the shop (as I do), you may want to use only part of the under vehicle space for storage so some is left to allow for rolling tool chests/saws/sanders/etc about when you work.
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    One positive thing about the architect dictating that we have tall ceilings it it will give us more storage space. Probably don't want to put the heavy steel stocks up there, but lots of stuff can be on shelves. We figure each floor of the house will have a nice stepladder, we've ordered one to be there when we move in.

    I know the locals think we're strange, but things like the kitchen cabinets will go to the ceiling, one row of standard sized ones with a second row filling the normally dust collecting space up to the ceiling. So we need a step ladder, that's where the holiday stuff and other needed but seldom used items go.


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