We had a metal shop cleanup on Saturday, and I noticed that all of our TIG consumables were disorganized and in need of some centralized storage.
I made basically a quiver for them, with care to make sure it wouldn’t trap metal dusts (see the bottom plate and how it doesn’t seal off the foot of the quiver).
I made it out of aluminum so it wouldn’t be magnetic, would be light, and corrosion resistant. Also it’s what we had on the shelf that we were trying to get rid of.
Sorry about the weld quality, it was thrown together in about 2 hours, and I didn’t have any plans to follow so I was filling up poor fitment and making adjustments as I went. It should be pretty sturdy, it just doesn’t look great.
I mounted it to where I think the studs are, if it falls off the wall or someone tears it up somehow, it’s pretty easy to come back and beef it up. Again, ignore the welds. They were a little cold as I was hitting the 150A limit on our air cooled torch