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Ponoko Profiles Wild Gears — 3 Comments

  1. Hello,wild gear and spriograph i used had while in childhood time until now i never forget to mess art on it lost my spriograph never thought about it umtil saw u tube awesome colorful ink nor black ink wow i went hobbytown order super and duplex but now like and want buy from wildgear this stuffs wild bigger sets some day would buy this later on thanks Arron B and Ponoke bring this old style and new WG sets Spriograph the best
    Thank you!!!!!

  2. I’ve been Wild Gearing for about a year now. I started with the small set, then got a couple of the large sets, then got in on Kickstarter #3 and picked up a couple more sets. This is loads of fun but it’s let me with a bit of a problem. How do I organize and store all these pieces, some of which are a bit on the fragile side once removed from the frame? At the moment I have a hodgepodge approach, using a double-sided “micro utility” box for the smallest gears and the donuts, a project box for the largest gears and rings, and a CD case for the gears in between. I’m satisfied with the micro utility box but the other solutions leave something to be desired. The project box ends up with everything sort of dumped together. This makes it hard to find what I’m looking for and I’m a bit concerned about breakage. The CD case kind of works but the smaller gears keep wanting to work their way free and it’s not as easy as I’d like to put my hands right on the gear I want. I also don’t like the non-uniformity of my solutions.

    I’ve been thinking about getting a rolling storage cart with a lot of drawers, hoping that might be a better way of keeping everything organized and together. It might also have room for my pens and paper supplies.

    I’m curious about what approach others have taken to solving this problem.

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