Pighixxx made a series of fastener label illustrations that can be easily modified for either drawers or component boxes! They’re simple, straightforward, and will give you at-a-glance visual and ISO data about the part – brilliant!
We installed some new parts storage boxes in the lab and we needed some labels. We decided to design our own and also share them with all of you!
With this comprehensive collection of the most common standard fasteners (screws, nuts, bolts, washers, etc.) you can create your own labels for your parts storage boxes. You can use Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape to edit the PDF or SVG files.
You can download the source files here:
Download the files here at Pighixxx.com
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