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BYO DIY Electronic Parts Cabinet Storage Bin System

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Uploaded on Apr 5, 2010

With over 30 part cabinet storage bins I had to come up with a way to have them all in one place and accessible at anytime. The real key is organization. I made up a simple database interface in visual basic to make finding parts I already have so easy. In each parts record there is a field for description, price, stock level and substitution notes. I can search for a specific part number, description or matching substitution notes. The idea was to use a little space as possible. It takes up only 76" by 38". The base is made of 2 x 4 lumber (you can't see in video). The lazy susan bearings from old television console is attached to base. The rotating portion on each swivel bearing is made with 2 x 4 lumber and very thin plywood and particle board. The whole thing makes life so much easier. One or two cabinets are just for recycled parts and the rest have new parts in them.

©Copyright 2010 D.C. Boyce. Cranial Sponge Productions.

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