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  1. StackaRack is a customisable plastic rack for miniature paints, designed to hold pots or bottles from any of the major manufacturers. Paint collections have a way of growing organically, and most of the current paint rack solutions out there are fixed to specific configurations, and made for a specific type of paint pot. If you're like me, and collect multiple brands of paint, that can make organising them a little frustrating, and so we thought we would try to fix that. StackaRack was designed to hold any of the major miniature paint ranges - from the dropper bottles used by Vallejo and Army Painter, to the tall pots from the likes of Privateer and Reaper (and GW's old range), and the current stubby Citadel pots. The injection moulded plastic parts will fit together with plastic clips, allowing you to build it how you like, and disassemble and reconfigure it as needed. Check out the project live on Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/spiralarmstudios/stackarack?ref=acpi8t
  2. Ok. I have filled up my hard drive with STL’s and need a better Home system. What is everyone using. @Gadgetman! iirc correctly recommended a NAS system. I am looking at a Synology 4 bay NAS DS420j with three 4 TB Seagate IronWolf Internal Hard Drives. I figure that would give me room for future expansion. Does this make any sense? I am not to fluent in these types of systems and was also wondering how hard it is to set up? In addition to hobby related stuf I would be using it for computer back up, music, and home video storage. If this has been addressed somewhere else, let me know. Thanks, Mike.
  3. So I'm looking for some ideas on how people store their miniatures and how to find them quickly. When the new place is built and I have my hobby/game room to set-up. I want to figure out a good way to store and find my miniatures that are unpainted/unassembled. What methods would you use? What types of containers? Bins? Drawers? Shelves? I think I'll hit up IKEA and pick up a few overhead cabinets for storage above my windows in the room, I'm going to make my own L-shaped desk with drawers underneath the windows and along one of the walls. I'll have a decent sized area behind where I'll be painting to be able to store figures. Really looking to get and stay VERY organized something that'd soothe my OCD and allow for me and my D&D buddies to quickly find figures for our characters and for me to find figures that will be used for display, dioramas, and vignettes. I probably have about 1500 err... 20 figures now. 99% of them are out of their blisters and inside baggies as I was storing them in drawers until I had to pack them away for the impending move. Please no commercial links (unless you PM them to me), but give me pictures or point me in the right direction. Thanks!
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