I got a little tired of digging around in my box of packages of styrene strip to try and find the specific size I need for whatever project I’m working on, so I broke out the foam core board and whipped up a little something.
Fine precision isn’t necessarily key to this project but the overall size is 11.5” wide, 18” tall overall and 4” deep. The rear set of pockets has a 2” deep false floor to stagger them higher than the front row so the labels are visible. All of the pieces are glued together with regular PVA white glue. Other that that, what you see is pretty much what you get.
Now my styrene supply is much more organized and easy to access. A must have for any serious hobbyist’s workshop. I’ve been meaning to do this for a while, and should have done a while ago…
What a great little project! I’ve been looking for something like this for years. And it was a good opportunity for me to use foam core board, which I’ve never used for anything in the past. I just glued the bottom on mine and it will be filled and organized this afternoon. You can see it on my blog.
Thanks for the sharing the idea!
Love the idea – so simple but effective and neat!