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nahhh i'll won't be spending my own money. too lazy to build one.
there used to be a thread relates to this but i couldn't find it.. :(
those tool thing won't do. they're just not big enough.
i'm looking for something slightly bigger than 27X41.
"planchest" is what you're looking for. google that in your area.
are you just looking for a flat file storage? check craigslist for architecture/artist flat file cabinets. just simply leave them open for drying (or drill holes in the front of the drawer).
most of them will probably not have industrial casters, but those are easy enough to find and install yourself.
The IkeaAlex is ugly but it's a pretty good value for the money at $119.00.
I would suggest looking for a used steel flat file. You can often buy them at auctions, used office furniture stores, sometimes on craigslist. I bought a used one 12 years ago but got rid of it when I moved to a new space and realized I no longer need to store paper materials. The good ones are built like tanks and weigh a ton.
- naahhh I won't be spending my money and it's preferred to have a new one.pango
- There are well made wooden ones, too.Josev
- ahh, okay, if you're not paying for it. The good ones are in the 1200 to many thousand rangeJosev
- Like here are some used one (googled): http://www.draftingf…Josev
- ya over a thousand is fine.pango
- need a nice looking new one.pango
Look for used office equipment stores. You can usually find flat files for less than brand new, but they may look a bit banged up.
You may be able to haggle with them too.
^ sigh... yes i've googled it. everything i can find on google is fugly... that's why i made this thread to see if anyone knows any company that makes a good one. And no, I don't need to get a used one.
i guess i wasn't very clear on the first post :(