[hackerspaces] Member Storage

Lokkju Brennr lokkju at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 20:42:10 CET 2012

I was lucky enough to find a local homeless shelter that was moving, and
they let us take as many of their lockers as we wanted.  They are extremely
large, Greyhound Station, type lockers - 4 to a stack.  They even had all
the locks, with masterkeys and tons of extra lock assemblies.  We ended up
with only 6 stacks, as we don't have much room - but that is 24 huge,
secure, metal lockers.
This works great for most things, but because of how small our hackerspace
is, I'd like to see something like the workspace-on-a-platter system
described earlier, in addition.

Loki // BrainSilo

On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 8:39 AM, Pete Prodoehl <raster at gmail.com> wrote:

> Over at Milwaukee Makerspace we've been having a discussion about member
> storage solutions... where to keep your "personal" stuff you leave at the
> hackerspace, which may be projects in progress, or tools, or miscellaneous
> parts, bits, widgets, etc.
> We have some pallet storage, and some file cabinets, and some lockers, and
> those are all just out of convenience since we scavenged most of it, but
> with a move to a new building coming, one member suggested portable rolling
> carts, which could also be used as a work surface (possibly locking them
> together for a larger work surface) and now we're discussing the finer
> points of carts.
> What do other spaces do for storage? Bins? Shelves? Lockers? Rolling
> Transformer Carts, Hover Carts that can float to the ceiling?
> Pete
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