Drywall knives in a Systainer3 M 337

Fitout By Systainer Store

Drywall, Drywall knife, Systainer3 M 337, Custom Insert, Light Grey, Sky Blue

After seeing this post on plaster tools in a Systainer, and fueled by a recent conversation with a drywaller, Systainer Store created this prototype storage solution for drywall knives.

The construction is rather simple. It takes a Systainer Store Custom Plywood Insert, M size, and some MAXI foam cut roughly in half. The items are then adhered together with 3M Super 77 Spray Glue. Once that sets, thin slits are cut in the foam for the knives to stand in.

This assembly best fits in a Systainer3 M 337, unless your knife handles are short. There is plenty of clearance.

This fitout by:

Tim Swieter

Systainer Store

The systainer evolved from the need to transport work material and tools securely packed and clearly arranged. Systainers can be stacked, linked and customized. The systainer was developed more than 30 years ago and systainers produced today still work with systainers produced nearly three decades ago! Systainer Store is an authorized dealer of the Tanos systainer and Bott products in the USA. We are the largest dealer in the USA and have been serving the systainer community for more than five years.

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