A quick Amazon search yielded this very functional cart. He added the plywood top surface.
I have been buying a huge stock of Sterilite clip containers from our area Walmarts and we have been improving on the organization with these multi-sized containers. David added a grouping to his cart for additional organization.
I tell you, we probably should have purchased stock in Sterilite before we started this re-org. I keep going back to the store for more.
After the original short cart, David decided to try a tall cart for holding his parts in production. He went back on line and ordered this one. He was especially pleased with the quality and the large wheels.
This one also worked well. He found his shop was better organized as he stored his ongoing projects on rolling shelves. He rolled the pieces to the tools and started seeing savings in time. His flat surfaces were also less cluttered because pieces in progress weren't collecting there. Less time was wasted moving parts and clearing surfaces.
David now has 5 carts on wheels, the one short one and four matching tall ones. We design cart "parking spaces" in various locations around the studio.
Talk about organized! Huge improvement! (Note- more Sterilite containers.)
Previous Posts of Interest
- Organizing David - Part 1
- Organizing David • Part 2
- Wood That Works
- Wood That works Photography
- Wood That Works Sign
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