Custom-built wooden rack in the workshop to hold 64 tubs of miscellaneous stuff.
Some tubs contain sorted donated items and materials for projects and hacking - Telecoms and Network cables, PC parts, Corks, etc. and others contain sundries and other materials such as Glues and Sticky Tapes. The latter group is generally maintained stock.
Two coloured tapes on each tub correspond to similar tapes identifying rack rows and columns and try to maintain the position of each tub for easy location.
The tubs are 24litre Wham Crystal Plastic Storage Boxes and were bought from The Range
- Adhesives, Glues and Putty
- Sticky Tapes - Duct / Masking / Electrical etc.
- Hot Glue, Glue Guns
Stuff to Hack / Materials for Projects
- Network Hubs
- Lighting and Ducting
- Drop Cloths
- Bungies and Webbing belts Classification?
- Microphones and audio adaptors
- Fans Assorted
- Data Cables
- Plugs and Adaptors
- Light Bulbs Assorted
- PC PSUs
- Big Castors, Small Castors
- PC Mass storage
- Audio Cables
- USB Cables
- More to follow...
At least one Tub (Bungies and Webbing Straps) contained items that probably should have been identified as 'workshop tools' kept for use within the space, but have been consumed and are no longer available. How can this be resolved?
Some classification and labelling needs updating, and where multiple tubs are dedicated to the same contents consideration should be given to whether this storage is appropriate (PC parts for example).