The OmniShelf Magnetic Portable Workstation + Toolbox, Computer & Laptop Stand, Multimeter Case, Utility Shelf w/ 40 lb Capacity, Hands Free Workstation Attaches to HVAC, Trucks & More (5 Count)
About this deal
For the other RV windows I just fold the flap up from the outside and place (not tape) magnets on each to hold the flap up either full open (winter), half open (spring, summer) or remove magnets for full closed (when its supper hot). The Omnishelf is the ultimate magnetic workstation, and the only one of its kind built to give techs a mobile workstation that can accommodate all of their tools, and meet all of their needs. I am excited to announce that totalElement has agreed to offer a 10% discount to anyone using my discount code “KTFG” at checkout.
The OmniShelf Portable Workstation, Toolbox, Laptop Stand
Magnetic Utility Shelf Even though the elevator cab is not magnetic, the Portable Utility Shelf brackets fit between the handrail and cab creating an elevator shelf. These hooks attach to the back of the UtiliShelf® and can be hung from aluminum substation panel doors at cell towers as well as CT box panels and non-metallic panels.
In place of paracord I used Loos Stainless Steel 302/304 Wire Rope Nylon Coated 1/16” OD which I liked much better and rather than hard drive magnets we used several different cup and bar pot magnets and found the CMS Rectangular Pot Magnets worked best in conjunction with 16lb Ceramic Cup Magnets at the bottom (see second video titled DIY Magnetic Laptop Shelf Variations and Improvements…. Attach the UtiliShelf® to a vertical metal surface and you’ve got a solid and stable testing station.
The OmniShelf Magnetic Portable Workstation + Toolbox
UtiliShelf® in the Field UtiliShelf® works for every industry that demands workers be sent out into the field.Instead of going back to your vehicle to retrieve tools, schematics, or your laptop, why not take it all with you in a portable, sturdy, magnetic workstation? For your board you will likely need a larger bracket (larger B measurement in diagram on link) The magnets are plenty strong enough but the leverage will be the issue. As former oilfield workers, we understand the importance of having tough equipment that gets the job done.