Cool Parts Tray

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  1. Solarmist

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    Those are fun but I don't think they would make a very good party tray unless you were serving very small hors d'oeuvres. Or did you have something else in mind to put on a party tray?
     
  3. T-Bird

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    Hi.

    Very cool, thanks for sharing.

    I have never thought of that, gotta make me some.
    TODAY.

    Parts ;).

    Regards
    Sam
     
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    Well that's no fun. I like the party tray idea better. Makes me want to route out a bass body and turn it in to a Party tray. I just use plastic shoe boxes from WalMart for parts trays.
     
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  6. SamanthaCay

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    I have an old 5" driver that is my favorite parts tray.
     
  7. Unprofessional

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    Re-purposing at its finest. I'll bet the magnet really hangs on to those small metal parts.
     
  8. SamanthaCay

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    I works great aside from that after a few years of use it kinda needs a recone. :D

    I'm thinking maybe a thick layer of plastic dip or better yet epoxy is what it needs.
     
  9. T-Bird

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    Hi.

    Just a piece of scrap and a few minutes with a router, bandsaw and sanding drum.

    [​IMG]

    Thanks Solarmist for the idea.

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    Sam
     

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