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I just assembled my first Seville Classics Ultra HD rolling storage cabinet, and I am floored! It assembles and is engineered as if only Germans worked on it, but it comes from California (USA)! Everything is so well thought-out. They even broke the back panel into two pieces so you could attach the top one upside down to the wood top without contorting yourself as the thing was inverted on the floor. They even provided a magnetic-tip screwdriver that is just small enough to fit in all the spaces it needs to turn in. They thought of everything! Best of all, it’s not very expensive. They make other storage cabinets and worktables also. You can even get two units and assemble them as a double that shares one top. The singles are designed to roll right under their worktables.
So, if you need tool storage, I recommend them highly.
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By the way, these may be useful for archival storage, but I really don’t know. I know the drawer pads are not, but they don’t even have to be put in. The drawer glides have some plastic parts, so they may be an archival concern. Otherwise, they are stainless steel with stainless steel ball bearings (very smooth action). The finish is stainless steel and powder-coated steel. The tops are solid maple, but I don’t know if they have a finish. They are very smooth, so they may be at least oiled. The bumpers are some sort of flexible, rubber-like plastic.
I have an installation kit for non-museum-venue installations where I can’t count on anyone else having what I need. I’ve found some of the most useful items in my kit (which is now big enough to need an entire small suitcase to itself) are office supplies (including a rainbow of Sharpies), a small bubble level, a clip-on book light, and small cards wrapped with plastic wrap and aluminum foil.
I’d love to see what everyone else has that’s maybe less expected than the traditional setup!