I'm using my festool one for drill bits and hole saws. Seems to work well so far.CrpntrFrk said:Anyone use them for construction purposes? Some look like they wouldn't last at all. Others look like they might be ok. Just saw one today and it got me thinking....
I like the big pockets, in the electrical bag I have some electrical tools, and the plumbing bag I have a torch, cutters, pex crimpers ect. Everything I need to fix something smallInner10 said:I use to use the exact same ones for fasteners. They worked well.
Went to the web site and they actually make boxes for our industry. Funny thing is the fishing boxes IMO would be better suited for what I am thinking.I have a couple of these http://www.planomolding.com/product.php?BCCID=140&PID=627
They have been holding up great for the last 3 years. The nice thing too is they are a little skinnier than the regular screw/nail organizers. I know you have that utility bed, I bet these would stack flat in there.
I also have one of these for misc junk and fasteners http://www.planomolding.com/product.php?BCCID=110&PID=643 I've had it for a long time and its still in perfect shape.
After cleaning out the old cube van I had a 3/4 full 5 gallon pail of just fastners, I kid you not....I just gave it to a scrap metal guy.I have buckets of various fasteners, and I bought several organizers last year with the intention of sorting everything out on my downtime, but it's a daunting task, and every new job, rather than look through endless buckets, I buy more boxes of fasteners and the chit piles up...