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View Poll Results: Bagged kit storage orentation
Vertical 11 27.50%
Horizontal 26 65.00%
Other 7 17.50%
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Old 01-16-2021, 07:05 AM
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Horizontal on edge, no kits on top of other kits. Labels on each box listing the contents. The few vintage kits are hanging on pegboard, above my rocket workbench. The plan is to build everything eventually, still a possibility at around 100 kits.
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Old 02-25-2022, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by jetlag
I'm up to 46 bins that are at least 64 qt size. There are certainly ones I have that are larger for longer rockets. Most are lain horizontally.
Each bin is numbered, and it's contents are on a spreadsheet. When I build one, I just put a 'B' beside it. With the number of kits I have, I try to be somewhat organized! Really helps if I see something I want, often I have to check my master listing first to see if I have one already (or 3, etc.).
Manufacturers are in alphabetical order. The kits then have a corresponding bin number which makes them easier to retrieve.

Allen


Good grief, thatís a lot of storage bins! I have about 15 I think. But, I have a lot of boxed kits stored between the ceiling joists (floor joists for the main floor above) in my basement shop.

Still, I donít feel so bad now!
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Old 02-26-2022, 10:36 AM
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Vertically when possible. Carefully if horizontal.
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