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Posted on Need help designing a pull down storage unit.

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Woodknack

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#1 posted 09-21-2017 06:38 PM

In the other thread, you described yourself as a hoarder. Maybe it’s time to think about passing along some of the things you’ve “collected” rather spending energy towards more and more storage. Are you using all this stuff? People like to joke that you can’t have too many tools, but you can have too much stuff. Is this stuff working for you or are you working for it.

But to answer the question, You could have a lift that boosts you up in the air but that will take up valuable floor space. The commercial drop down shelves are going to cost. If you can weld and have access to cheap steel, you could fabricate some drop down shelves using springs as counterweights. Or add on to the existing building if possible.

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