As you know, order in the workshop and on the industrial hall is more efficient work thanks to easier access to the necessary tools. The AGATA Flight & Road Cases company, wanting to make it easier for professional users to use hand tools and, at the same time, to store them correctly, has introduced the foam shadow board KYOTO Tool Foam to our market.
The shadow table KYOTO Tool Foam is an extremely simple and useful solution, because we can easily cut the tool-shaped recesses with the knife easily and freely. The KYOTO Tool Foam can be placed in the drawer of the tool trolley or workbench and even hung vertically on the wall.
Before we talk about profiling shadow board KYOTO Tool Foam, a few words about its construction. It is made of five layers of foam glued together. Each layer has a thickness of 1 cm. There are two versions of KYOTO Tool Foam available. The first one has a top layer in graphite color, and the other four - in white. The second version is uniformly graphite. Thanks to the layered structure of KYOTO Tool Foam, removing the cut foam is very quick and easy. We always break one of its centimeter layers. During this operation, the foam is not frayed and the profiled tooling cavity obtained in this way has an even and flat bottom.
Photo 1. Pre-placement of tools on the KYOTO Tool Foam
Before use, as we suggested, we need to prepare the KYOTO Tool Foam shade table appropriately. First, we have to format it properly to fit the tool trolley drawer. That is why you should choose the closest dimension to our drawer available: 920 x 620 x 60 mm, 600 x 450 x 50 mm, 900 x 600 x 50 mm, 620 x 470 x 60 mm, 600 x 450 x 55 mm. Thanks to this, we avoid unnecessary material losses. After formatting, initially we place the tools on the board that we want to be stored in it (photo 1.), guided by the principle of the most convenient access to them. Now we can start preparing the shadow table KYOTO Tool Foam. So cut the recess on the first tool, in our case they are side cutters. First, with a marker, we draw them exactly (photo 2.).
Photo 2. Stroking the tool
We use a special permanent marker in the AGATA Flight & Road Cases offer, which has an elongated tip and allows for a precise contour of objects (photo 3.).
Photo 3. The exact contour of the tool
Another operation is to cut the sides of the cavity along lines marked with a marker (photo 4.) with a knife with a retractable broken blade (in the offer of AGATA Flight & Road Cases we have two such tools with a width of 9 or 18 mm blades). We used a knife with a 9-mm blade that allows very accurate cutting of plastic materials.
Photo 4. Cutting the sides of the cavity onto the tool in the first layer of the foam
After cutting out the sides of the hollow, we break off the first layer of foam (photo 5.). If it turns out that the depression is too shallow (this is the case in our case), then we repeat the operation of cutting the sides, i.e. deepen them (photo 6.), and then remove the next layer of foam (photo 7.). In the resulting cavity (photo 8.) we place cutters (photo 9 and 10). Then we repeat the described operations for each of the tools chosen by us, obtaining their planned distribution on the foam (photo 11.). We place the KYOTO Tool Foam in the drawer of the trolley (photo 12. and 13.), which finishes its preparation. It is worth noting that KYOTO Tool Foam can also be used for vertical storage of tools on the workshop wall (photo 14.).
Photo 5. Peeling off the first layer of foam
Summing up, KYOTO Tool Foam is a product that allows to significantly improve the organization of work, as well as visual inspection of the work area. For example, it allows you to quickly identify a missing or lost tool thanks to the white bottom of the cavity, which is easily recognizable to employees. KYOTO Tool Foam is easy to prepare and allows maximum use of the available space in tool trolleys, drawers for workbenches or workshop walls and industrial halls, etc.
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Photo 6. Dredging the sides in the second layer of foam
Photo 7. Peel off the second layer of foam
Photo 8. Tool recesses made exactly
Photo 9. The tool is placed in a precisely made recess
Photo 10. The tool is placed in a precisely made recess
Photo 11. KYOTO Tool Foam made by us with tools
Photo 12. Placing the KYOTO Tool Foam in the tool trolley drawer
Photo 13. Placing the KYOTO Tool Foam in the tool trolley drawer
Photo 14. KYOTO Tool Foam used to store the tool on the workshop wall
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