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I am looking for ideas for a cart to load parts from the CNC onto. It's for a small 2 man shop. It would be good if the 2-3 carts could hold most of a job, tropical jobs are probably around 16 sheets of 4'x8' material.
I was thinking something which held the parts vertically with slots for different types of parts would work best.
Any ideas, pictures etc. Are welcome.
Shop silly photo by some shop silly Guys, But you can see the $150.00 bakers scaffolds we use where we made an extra shelf and put dividers in with shop ply. worked with these for years
A buddy of mine works at a big metal fab shop and I traded him some woodwork for carts. We copied the Hafele design.
I park them just outside the light fence and stack up parts grouped by cabinet, in order.
I don't know if there's a perfect solution that doesn't require massive capital investment but this is relatively cheap and has been working okay for us.
been using these for 10 years
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Thanks for posting the picture and the drawing for your parts cart. I made on a full 8' long one and 3@5' long to handle parts between the router and the edgebander just to keep jobs better sorted.
My question is, or should I say the problem I'm having is that I'm getting some chipping of melamine panels after they have been cut but at arrival to the bander I'm seeing some broken edges.
Does this happen to you? I'm thinking I may have to put some carpeting or something similar so maybe the parts don't chip on the cart from rough handling.