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I posted a while ago asking people what type of cart they use to stack parts ready for assembly. Got a greta response that I am thankful for.
I couldn't find the original post to add these photos but thought some might interested to see what we came up with.
Copy of something I saw online with a few personalised tweaks.
Upright are removable and shelves are also removable.
Proving to be handy as its adaptable to varying type of jobs.
Try making a cart where you store all parts vertically. We started doing this back in the 80's and have never looked back. when you store your parts vertically there is never any part on top of another. We put labels on all parts on the back edge and it is easy to read and pull out any part at any time without having to move anything. Just a thought.
Really nice looking carts Chipbored! Did you make them yourself?
Totally agree with the vertical storage and that is the idea of have for this. The shelves can go in and out to suit the job. Lots of tall cabinets, shelves out to store the ends, ect ect. The shelves are for small parts like upper ends, but I have seen stuff getting stacked flat on the shelves. Looks like some training might be in order.
Thanks door shop guy. Had the steelwork and powder coating done by a steel shop so can't take the credit for construction.
You can buy something like this from Hafele for about two hundred dollars. I use mine for completed cabinets.
we have the hafele ones as well. They have bigger wheels than the ones you made. We love them.