Great parts storage and indexing solution.
-Simple to construct
-Floor or bench space NOT required.
-Scaleable, go as big as you like
-Easy to index new parts
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Step 1: Parts Required #1
-3/16" x 36" Metal rod
-2 Small U-Clamps
-2 Utility shelf mounting brackets
Step 2: Parts Required #2
-Self adhesive plastic J-hook hanging tabs
-Poly zip lock bags
Step 3: Drill Shelf Bracket
Drill a hole to accept the U-Clamp
Step 4: Attach the U-Clamp
Attach the U-Clamp to the shelf bracket
Step 5: Mount Shelf Brackets
-Screw the shelf brackets to wall studs
-Insert metal rod
Step 6: Attach Hanging Tabs to Bags
-Place the hanging tab between the flaps of the bag with adhesive side facing down
-I made some reference marks so tabs were consistent
Step 7: Press Firmly
Press the hanging tab against the bag, opposing thumbs come in handy for this step.
Step 8: Add a Staple
Add a staple or two in case the adhesive lets go one day
Step 9: Start Hanging Parts!
Ah...the fun part. Getting all those parts off your bench and out of all those little drawers.
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