Storing your Dwarven Forge

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by Harneloot » Sun Jan 31, 2016 6:22 pm

GODofwar wrote:
I'm an idiot. I didn't post the link to the Stanley small parts organizer (for minis): http://www.zoro.com/stanley-compartment ... lsrc=aw.ds

These babies sell for $12, and you can get them for $10 if you buy a case.

The deeper, larger kind with removable dividers lookes like this, except his is a hybrid with removable boxes and dividers: http://www.essentialhardware.com/stanle ... aQod4EwAIg

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Love the Stanley organizers, especially the larger one with the removable bins. The larger bins will even hold a DDM Huge figure. My 10k+ PPM collection is stored in about 15 of these babies.

Here is the version I use, but they are all very well made:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_ ... +organizer
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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by GODofwar » Sun Jan 31, 2016 6:17 pm

I think you were addressing Pacarat, so I don't have to reassure you MY collection is ENTIRELY under control.

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by kitenerd » Sun Jan 31, 2016 5:46 pm

Pacarat - thank you for the photo - i will show it to my wife to emphasize that MY collection is not out of control ;)

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by GODofwar » Sun Jan 31, 2016 2:19 pm

Azurecobalt wrote:For my PPM (and I have thousands at this point) I use these containers meant for screws or nails or whatever:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000LD ... detailpage

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003TV ... detailpage

I use these for hardware too, bu find them not so useful for DwF and miniatures in general. One exception: Unpainted 15mm lead. I have 24 of them in my lead wall of unpainted 15's (in the Factory).

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by Azurecobalt » Sun Jan 31, 2016 2:10 pm

For my PPM (and I have thousands at this point) I use these containers meant for screws or nails or whatever:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000LD ... detailpage

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003TV ... detailpage

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by GODofwar » Sun Jan 31, 2016 11:02 am

GODofwar wrote:
Drammattex wrote:THANK YOU!!!

Take a look at these. I use them for minis. The boxes allow me to take minis out in the box (even if I need only one out of a dozen) and the box label means I can quickly re-store the minis. I have 22 of these babies full of minis so it helps.

But regular storage I use the ones with walls that come in or out. If you want a link let me know; they have to fixed compartments, one on each side of the fixed handle, and twelve walled compartments, each about 4-5" by 3.5" and about 3" deep.
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I'm an idiot. I didn't post the link to the Stanley small parts organizer (for minis): http://www.zoro.com/stanley-compartment ... lsrc=aw.ds

These babies sell for $12, and you can get them for $10 if you buy a case.

The deeper, larger kind with removable dividers lookes like this, except his is a hybrid with removable boxes and dividers: http://www.essentialhardware.com/stanle ... aQod4EwAIg

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by Drammattex » Sun Jan 31, 2016 9:49 am

Vegomatic wrote:I found the Iris storage tub on their website...
Wonderful! Thank you again!

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by pacarat » Sun Jan 31, 2016 8:35 am

I should own stock in Plano... ;)


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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by Vegomatic » Sun Jan 31, 2016 1:11 am

Drammattex wrote:THANK YOU!!!
I found the Iris storage tub on their website... It is their 12 Quart Stack & Pull box (model TB-42).
http://www.irisusainc.com/p-833-tb-42.aspx

Looks like you can get them at Amazon, Staples, and other places.

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Re: Storing your Dwarven Forge

Post by GODofwar » Sat Jan 30, 2016 7:54 pm

Drammattex wrote:THANK YOU!!!

Take a look at these. I use them for minis. The boxes allow me to take minis out in the box (even if I need only one out of a dozen) and the box label means I can quickly re-store the minis. I have 22 of these babies full of minis so it helps.

But regular storage I use the ones with walls that come in or out. If you want a link let me know; they have to fixed compartments, one on each side of the fixed handle, and twelve walled compartments, each about 4-5" by 3.5" and about 3" deep.


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