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Old 12-10-2012, 10:46 PM
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Hey Guys

I am new on this site - It's really exciting to see your projects and tools.
I have a small carpentryfirm in Denmark.
My new van arrived a few months ago and I just got time to prepare it for work.
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Old 12-10-2012, 11:16 PM
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Nice setup! I like those hardware cases on the drawer slides. Sprinter van?

-Alex
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:07 AM
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Fantastic! If my shop was as organized, I might even get some work done. Well played!




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Nice setup! I like those hardware cases on the drawer slides. Sprinter van?

-Alex
Hmmm.. it's possible his thread title answers that.....

That is a wonderful piece of work, Woodguy.

1. I hope you are able to make use of it to convince customers to hire you.
2. Have you calculated what the weight of the cabinetry and enclosures is?
3. There are quite a few pictures of Small Items in Open Shelves. How do you secure everything for moving?

And.... Welcome!

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I believe, Alex, his thread title answers that.....
Oh sure. Be all "I can read and you can't" with the poor guy from Kansas. Sheesh!

Nice set up, Woodguy! Where are you in Denmark? What sorts of things do you do. I'm guessing you have to go up and down some narrow staircases to get to your work - the Festools must be perfect for that.

Welcome aboard! It'll be fun to have you here.

Med venlig hilsen,

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Old 12-11-2012, 04:20 AM
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That is just way too organized. My trailer looked like that, once. Then I used it.
Memories.
Welcome. My mother came from Denmark. I've visited, and Poto lived there briefly, but they kicked him out. There was a sign with a little man standing on it, and his hand was outstretched, and it said "You have to be at least this tall to stay in Copenhagen", and that was the end of it.
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Old 12-11-2012, 04:35 AM
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That is just way too organized. My trailer looked like that, once. Then I used it.
Memories.
Welcome. My mother came from Denmark. I've visited, and Poto lived there briefly, but they kicked him out. There was a sign with a little man standing on it, and his hand was outstretched, and it said "You have to be at least this tall to stay in Copenhagen", and that was the end of it.


to the forum. You must drive a lot slower than I... But, I love how you've outfitted your van.
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Old 12-11-2012, 05:15 AM
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That is just way too organized. My trailer looked like that, once. Then I used it.
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Welcome. My mother came from Denmark. I've visited, and Poto lived there briefly, but they kicked him out. There was a sign with a little man standing on it, and his hand was outstretched, and it said "You have to be at least this tall to stay in Copenhagen", and that was the end of it.


Seriously. Trying to get a bike there that was small enough so I could touch the ground...
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Old 12-11-2012, 09:44 PM
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Poto, to quote my first flight sergeant: If they ain't harassin ya, they don't like ya.
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That is a wonderful piece of work, Woodguy.

1. I hope you are able to make use of it to convince customers to hire you.
2. Have you calculated what the weight of the cabinetry and enclosures is?
3. There are quite a few pictures of Small Items in Open Shelves. How do you secure everything for moving?

And.... Welcome!
1: I think (hope) it will have a positive influence on any future customer.

2: I haven't calculated it out - including tool believe that it is about 500 kg

3: The shelves at the right side is made in an angle. It prevents the screw/nail-boxes ect. from sliding. Maybe you can see the details made on the left side cabinets on the pictures below.
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