Lista International Corporation offers its tool cribs for use with various Lista storage solutions. When combined with Lista cabinets (stacked or unstacked) or the company's Storage Wall® system, the tool cribs can become part of an integrated CNC parts storage and transport system to accommodate a wide array of tooling.
Available in a variety of sizes and heights, these tool cribs can be configured to suit the users' available space and items requiring storage. The tool cribs can be easily removed and transported to the location or machine where the tools they hold are needed. In addition, this complete tool storage system allows for the smooth, integrated movement of tooling from storage to machines and back through the use of Lista tool transporters. This unique storage system offers superior organization, inventory control and faster retrieval.
These tool cribs are particularly effective when combined with Lista's heavy duty CNC Tool Storage Cabinets and Machine Tool Cabinets, which form the core of the most complete storage system for the modern machining center. Available in a variety of sizes, heights and drawer configurations, these cabinets are equipped with tool holder frames and Lista Tool Holders to accommodate a variety of standard-sized CNC tool holders. The cribs can also be combined seamlessly with the Lista Storage Wall system, a modular drawer, shelf, and roll-out tray storage system used for the safe, secure and completely organized storage of pre-set CNC and perishable tooling. Tool cribs can also include an issue counter made up of Lista counter-height cabinets with a counter top. Creating an organized, professional image, the issue counter is configured with Lista's modular, high-density drawer storage cabinets and shelf cabinets. The issue counter's cabinets provide clean, safe storage for a diverse array of different sized and shaped fast-moving items while allowing easy and fast retrieval. www.listaintl.com
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