It gives you all the room you need to pack all the essentials, for today's fast paced spray paint enthusiast.
There's room for four full sized cans of paint, respirator, sketches, maps, and now including the new Spray Paint Cap Organizer (A completely new innovation only available through Thingiverse).
And here's how you too can have your very own.
Step 1: Bill of Materials
1) 1 4-1/2 Thick Briefcase
2) 4 Spray Paint Can Mounts (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:32236)
3) 1 or more of my totally innovative Spray Paint Cap Organizers (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:32288)
4) 8 M5-0.8 X 10mm Black Button Hex Head Screws
5) 8 M5-0.8 Nuts
6) Industrial Strength Velcro Tape
7) 4 Spray Cans
8) 1 Respirator of your choice
9) Minimum 12 Spray Can Caps (Montana Style)
10) Rubber Gloves
11) Whatever else you use with your art.
Step 2: Purchase Your Choice of Not Awesome Briefcases
Step 3: Time to Melt Some Plastic
4 Spray Paint Can Mounts (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:32236)
1 or more of my innovative new Spray Paint Cap Organizers (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:32288). This is a product you can only find through Thingiverse as before 10/12/12 it didn't exist. So that's pretty cutting edge.
Step 4: Time to Lay Out Your Mounts
Step 5: Lets Do a Little Damage
1. To do this first cover the back of the briefcase with painters tape to avoid excessive tearout when drilling.
2. Next use a drill to make pilot holes for your screws. (I used a 9/16" drill for mine)
Step 6: Fasten the Mounts
If you didn't drill the holes big enough you might find this step difficult.
Step 7: I'm Stuck on You
First apply a piece of pile velcro (The soft side) to the back of the filter, and a piece of hook velcro to the inside of the case where you want your filter to hang.
Next do the same thing to two opposite bottom edges of the Cap Organizer.
Step 8: Stock That Thing
Step 9: The Reveal
And now the next time your in the board room, fresh of the subway on your way to work, or just fill like doing some work in a suit and tie your all set.