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Old 05-20-2014, 06:56 PM
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Default Systainer - Heat Gun

Tool: Milwaukee Heat Gun - 8975

Case: SYS1 w/ Festool dimpled foam lid

Guts: original Milwaukee case - Injected with polyurethane expansion foam to fill cavities - dried for a week - cut to fit on band saw/ 12” disc sander/ 1” strip sander

Rating: (3) beverage job / 1/2 day of work
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Old 11-10-2015, 01:07 AM
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So all last week I was at a local Police Dept. making their fleet look alike.
Stripping old graphics and applying new. Some vinyl, some wrap. Various squads from Vics to Explorer.
Not shown are Sys-Roll Cart and tote.

My career is not working wood but much of it happens in my wood shop fabricating parts for signs. As in 3-D letters and shaped signs.
I don't work out of a Sprinter Van full of systainers but my cases keep me organized and customers treat me different.

Just Sharing....
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Old 11-10-2015, 01:29 AM
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Default Re: Systainer - Heat Gun

You got my attention with the cameratainer. I also have telescope eyepieces, finders, and accessories that could find their way into systainers.

Thanks for sharing.

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Old 11-10-2015, 03:26 AM
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You got my attention with the cameratainer. I also have telescope eyepieces, finders, and accessories that could find their way into systainers.

Thanks for sharing.

Charles
I have drooled over Nikon's digiscope for a few years. 3 grand has held me back.
But alas, the Midi is way too tall. I wish there was a short midi. It would serve well for basic sawzalls or a fieldscope.
With a digiscope you might find yourself walking out in the field with others hence a Pelican type case would make more sense. A tripod over one shoulder and carry the case like a suitcase.
If I didn't own so many systainers and were only a photo guy no way would I use a systainer for my SLR. But stacking and locking with my tools got the swing vote so I went thataway and fabricated the Nikon Systainer.
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Old 11-10-2015, 05:24 PM
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Nice work! And that printer - not for amateurs!
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Have you ever set up a systainer handgun case? I just had the thought that a trip to the range with a handgun and all the periphery (clips, ammo, cleaning supplies, hearing and eye protection, etc.) might be nicely organized in a systainer. Maybe I can find a good use for those systainers stacked about after all.
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Old 11-10-2015, 06:00 PM
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Very nice, but TBH after reading the thread title I had visions of a molten systainer and was a little dissapointed
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Old 11-10-2015, 06:01 PM
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Have you ever set up a systainer handgun case? I just had the thought that a trip to the range with a handgun and all the periphery (clips, ammo, cleaning supplies, hearing and eye protection, etc.) might be nicely organized in a systainer. Maybe I can find a good use for those systainers stacked about after all.
I thought about it but around here I'd need to put a lock on it
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