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We have been using our Dremel for more and more applications, but have been frustrated on many occasions because we couldn't find the accessory we needed. Steph decided once and for all she was going to get all the accessories organized in a way to make them visible and accessible. I found a reproduction printer's tray from a yard sale, for next to nothing, a few months ago. Steph has been trying to think up a project for it and she found it with this!
We used the Milwaukee inkzell marker to mark where we needed to score the plastic for cutting. Unlike the Sharpie it replaces, the Milwaukee marker can be left uncapped for a while without drying out. The penlight helped me to see exactly where I needed to mark the line. Older eyes need a bit more light!
Ahhh, it's nice to have all these little pieces in a proper organized space. This arrangement will make finding and using the needed Dremel accessory so much easier. I did suggest to Steph that we hinge the plexiglass instead of having to take off the front each time, but she didn't think it was an issue to take the front off. So far, so good!
This could be used to store other small accessories or items. What would you store in this? Let us know in the comments below!
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Steph & Vicki
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