Pooh and Seuss and more was: How to build a working digital computer 4164
Pooh and Seuss and more was: How to build a working digital computer 4165
On Tue, 5 Sep 2006, Mickey And I'm not going to now that I have read some more of your posts. Not worth the trouble, I...
How to build a working digital computer 4166
It's a Tab Book? This is when we shudder. The clbuttic story about that firm is the time a columnist in Popular Electronics, I think it was Carl Warren...
You don't need wheels. I've been buying thise floatation devices that you stick under furniture. I'm now able to move my Home sewing machine (which must weigh a ton) with this things under the feet.
Find the 4-shelf steel package. IIRC, it's designed to hold 500 lb. They are sturdy; a lot more sturdy than what is getting sold as industrial shelves. The shelving is wires and not solid; I don't how to explain this better.
What I'd like to do is order about 12 lawyer cases..that's not the correct term. There just isn't any places around here where I touch their wares and look underneath to see how well they are made. I've found once place where I can order and have it delivered. If I decide to do this, I'll order one to see how well they're made and then order the other 11 if it meets my standards. They're about $200+-section.
The cheapest way is to buy those crates and play Towers of Hanoi whenever you want to move them. You can dress up the crates with ribbons or contact paper or cedar wood veneer. I'd probably pick the cedar wood veneer to line the insides. That takes care of both the bugs and the must.