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Barrie Pressling13/01/2008 14:43:00
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   Hi everybody, Happy new year

            I think I'm suffering the same as a lot of others by being overloaded with DVD's which seem to accumulate over the passage of time. It's time ( by order) to think about some form of storage unit. So if anybody could give me any sort of designs for a DVD storage unit or a "link", I'd appreciate it. I've got a unit already for CD's, like a small tower on a lazy susan which is quite nice, but wanted to look at something differnt 

Delete13/01/2008 19:24:00
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Have a look at Norms CD storage Unit on the New Yankee Workshop Web site Newyankee.com

Big Al13/01/2008 20:00:00
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Hi This is a design that I have used a couple of times, and could easily be adapted to your own requirements, for example you could add a door quite easily. http://www.getwoodworking.com/sites/5/images/member_albums/4563/cherrydvd.jpg The DVD's are held in place using plastic inserts which I purchased from Isaacc lord (click this link to go to info page (prices include V.A.T. but not delivery)) http://www.isaaclord.co.uk/productDetail.aspx?product=86&subCat=476&parentCat=1 Hope this helps. Al
Barrie Pressling15/01/2008 18:08:00
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    Thanks for your help Roger B and Bigpricey I'll look into both of your suggestions and await "further orders"
 

  
 

derek willis19/01/2008 11:52:00
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Barrie,

I made two tower cabinets, one for d.v.ds. and one for c.ds. Using storage racks specifically made for the purpose, I obtained them from Isaac Lord at High Wycombe, several alternatives are shown on their website.

Derek.

Would put a picture here if I knew how.

Barrie Pressling20/01/2008 09:41:00
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   Hi Dereck

                   Thanks for your suggestions, in fact I looked at Issac Lords only this morning and have seen the very things you mentioned, so that's where I'll go for my "bits"

  Barrie

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