Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Tousan Tool Case

    My brother-in-law Brad Tausan is one of the most creative people I've met. It seems like he can draw or build nything he sees or dreams up, and do a great job. His halloween costumes are always interesting because they always involve items that require a good amount of talent and construction to build.

    This is why when the tool case that came with my Lee Oskar toolset started to fall apart (due to a lot of use, carrying around, etc), I went to Brad to find a solution.

    I showed him Richard Sleigh's video, because his roll-up tool case (made by Cumberland Custom Cases) seemed like a great idea. I asked Brad to build his own take on such a case. This is what he came up with.

    The case can rolls up and has pockets for the tools. I rarely carry all of my tools with me though, so the case separates into two sections. If I only need my basic tools, I take only one section with me.

    When the case is in this smaller form, it can be folded in half from top to bottom, before getting rolled up, making it smaller and easier to carry. Thanks for doing a great job, Brad!

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