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I am looking to buy a case for storing my SDS Bits in . As currently I’m using my car for work and would like a way of transporting them whilst working on the job out of the engineers van.
 
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depending on how many bits, some waste pipe 1 1/2" diameter. close off 1 end. or if a lot of bits, downpipe is about 2 1/2".
 
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local carpet shop will give you the cardboard tube from a roll. it's about 4" diameter and free.
 
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local carpet shop will give you the cardboard tube from a roll. it's about 4" diameter and free.
I was on the carpet forum earlier asking for how I can store off-cuts of carpet. Someone on there suggested using a drill bit storage box.
 
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This is what I do, use each of the drill boxes to store the appropriately sized bits, then a piece of 50mm pipe with the screwed end pieces - you can usually get the pipe off site and the ends are pretty cheap from screwfix/toolstation

I tried the map/chart/art tube things and they fall apart very quickly.

I don't do much "work", so no van just a car so the same issue as you when I actually have to do something!

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This is what I do, use each of the drill boxes to store the appropriately sized bits, then a piece of 50mm pipe with the screwed end pieces - you can usually get the pipe off site and the ends are pretty cheap from screwfix/toolstation

I tried the map/chart/art tube things and they fall apart very quickly.

I don't do much "work", so no van just a car so the same issue as you when I actually have to do something!

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That’s a brilliant idea. I’ve ordered these:


 
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4” Cardboard Tubes.
Order pvc conduit or minitrunking from CEF and get it delivered to your house. It comes in 3m long cardboard tubes.
 
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This is what I do, use each of the drill boxes to store the appropriately sized bits, then a piece of 50mm pipe with the screwed end pieces - you can usually get the pipe off site and the ends are pretty cheap from screwfix/toolstation

I tried the map/chart/art tube things and they fall apart very quickly.

I don't do much "work", so no van just a car so the same issue as you when I actually have to do something!

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re: 1st.pic. where can i buy those anti-gravity drill bits?
 
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