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Storing cut pieces/stock vertically

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Storing cut pieces/stock vertically

Postby motoguy » Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:06 am


I'm curious what methods you use to store your cut panels/stock pieces vertically. I'm not talking sheets, but rather finished cut pieces that you have in inventory. Things for shows, needs packaged for shipment, etc. Stuff up to 3/16" thick.

I was thinking of cutting slots in 3-4" PVC pipe, or 4x4's, and sliding the pieces in the slots. What other methods do you use to store your cut pieces, so they aren't lying in piles everywhere?
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