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    ST1300 - TupperWare Worksheet

    What do you do with all the fasteners when you take off your Tupperware?

    Well I made these worksheets to keep track of mine.



    The idea is as you remove the fasteners, you place them on the correct spot on the worksheet. It helps me keep track of all the parts and it reminds me of all the fasteners that have to be removed first before you try to pull the piece off. Also, each fastener is numbered so you can see the location where it came from - and where to put it back.

    Note, I have labeled some of the socket bolts as 5mm or 6mm - this is the thread size. Also there are two different sizes for the trim clips - one has a golf T shaped head and the other is flat.

    This is what the sheets look like loaded up:



    3rd worksheet added:



    Here are the links to the full page pdf files:

    Page 1

    Page 2

    Page 3


    1-13-2012 Update


    "The Dan" added numbers (in red) for each fastener and wanted to share. Here are links to the files - (Thx Dan)

    Page 1 (with numbers)

    Page 2 (with numbers)

    Page 3 (with numbers)
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    Last edited by Mellow; 12-01-2009 at 06:11 AM.
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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Incredibly useful. Thanks!

    (great job by the way, really, really well done)
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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Now that is a bull tearer of an idea! Already printed, laminated and installed on the workbench.

    Great job.

    Regards

    MG

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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Very nice......That's a STicky if I ever saw one.

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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Could I have one in blue?

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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Bravo! Fantastic job. I'm always loosing fasteners. Thanks for the great work!

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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Great idea!
    I've always put the rivets and bolts into an egg carton in the order in which I removed them. But I'll definately convert to your method.
    Thanks!

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    Very nice job. Thanks !
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    Re: TupperWare Worksheet

    Great idea John, and very well done!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
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    I love it !!! Thanks, a great job.

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