Whoops, forgot to post this one yesterday! We’re continuing on our series of publishing manufacturing notes, all the stuff we’ve learned in our short time of running a company, manufacturing in-house electronics and basically having a good time.
This mini-tutorial will be about storage! This is a common request – how to store all that good stuff – PCBs, kits, parts, etc. Now, everybody’s needs are different, so just because we use something doesn’t mean you should do the same. Research, look around, experiment! We are in New York City and have a very constrained space with high rent. That means we need to prioritize on saving space, and accessibility, even if its more expensive. If you’re in a big space, having stuff strewn about may work out just fine for you.
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