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Old 10-05-2002, 05:29 AM   #1
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Default Armature Storage canister.....

Heres a little trick i thought of today and i thought i'd share it with all.
Its a storage system for any loose armatures that you may have lying around.
Firstly go to your nearest film processing shop and pick up some of those white plastic film containers. They are more than happy to give them to you for free. Then drill a 1/8th hole in the center of the bottom and in the center of the lid. slide in your armature "comm up" and then slide on the lid, snap shut and presto you have a protective case for your armature that you can just throw in your kit without worry of damage. the other good thing is that you can put the armature in with shims in place and they won't get lost. Theres even room for a pair of brushes and you can label the canister for recording any relavent info.

"Heres one i prepared earlier"
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