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Valalvax



I've seen your box before - very nice I must say.


Great pick up line.

On topic, I use stacker draws, can find everything when I need it :)


Are you trying to say you don't have to remove all the large bags then dig around for a while to find each individual component you need?

thegeekway

Indeed, I got fed up of digging around years ago.  8)

Valalvax


Indeed, I got fed up of digging around years ago.  8)


Hum... might have to check into this... not digging around solution

mowcius



Indeed, I got fed up of digging around years ago.  8)


Hum... might have to check into this... not digging around solution

Zero gravity

CowJam



Indeed, I got fed up of digging around years ago.  8)


Hum... might have to check into this... not digging around solution


It's over rated! I've got some stacker shelves and I don't use them.  I do have some segregated plastic carry case boxes that I use for certain bits though.

bld

Still adding things to it... Currently got multiple cardboard boxes with stuff in, throwing wires and half broken things out, then putting the remaining potentially more useful things in this new box.
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mowcius


Still adding things to it... Currently got multiple cardboard boxes with stuff in, throwing wires and half broken things out, then putting the remaining potentially more useful things in this new box.


That box doesn't look very full :D

Some cool stuff in there though ;)
A ping))) sensor is it?
I have a maxbotix EZ1 and I have to say I'm still not sure what to use it for. I was kinda saving it but then I realised I'll want a weatherproof one for what I was saving it for.

bld

There are two ping sensors in there... somewhere...

Not sure what brand or model they actually are (cheap ones from ebay without any of that written on)
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bld

There! Almost full now!

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