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    Sasquatch-1, that container has promise

    No woodworking shop tho, so I'll 3d print an insert.

    Now that this computer is actually working, I can have a computer talk to the printer, bit more to do still but at least I have ONE machine up. It's been insane here without any machines but the cell phone of last resort...

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    How about multi-tiered shelves that fit in a large medicine bottle?

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    Sounds like a box for reloading dies.

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    I made a board for mine as well as my sizing dies and nose punches. Problems with an indoor cat is never something I'll have to be concerned with.....or an outdoor cat.
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    Our cats are forbidden to come into my shop, so I can keep my pilots in the holes provided in back of the trimmer. In the house the cats don’t paw at things to make them fall, they just walk beside stuff and push it off. Maybe we just have clumsy cats.

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    You can use these. I use a similar product to hold all my sizing top punches. Or you can go to a local fabric store an see if they have some bobbin holder cases.
    Or order from Amazon.

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    I store my sizing dies in 35mm film containers. I have a plastic box than industrial bits came in that is perfect to store them in. I cut a piece of walnut that is drilled to accept top punches that also fits in same box.

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    I have a plastic shotgun choke tube container. It has three compartments in it. It is about 4" x3" x11/4".

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    I found a plastic container that's about 2x too large but will do, I'll figure out what to use the rest of its' space for later. Closing thread as it's handled.

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