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  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    ^ Can I ask how much you put into it to get to those 40,000 pieces?
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    ^ Can I ask how much you put into it to get to those 40,000 pieces?
    Specifically:
    I'm up to 42,571 items.

    Currently, losses are $1955.59 and inventory is $7344.17, $6700.49 after 3% BL 2.9% PP, ratio 3.4263
    In 2017, I'm down $134.14 and added 5204 items, $700.01 after projected fees

    -
    Finally parted out 75825
    I started making more use of partial cent prices - half cent below a dime, tenth cents below a penny. This includes bulk discounts on the cheapest parts.

  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    koshka said:

    (...)
    I'm going on the store views / sales ratio as a judge of whether it's working. For a long time I had one sale per forty views but this has changed to one in thirty over the past two months (feedback has risen from about 25 to 80 in the same period).
    (...)
    Interesting you mention this, as I've started looking at this ratio as well. You seem to be getting much better numbers than me, which I guess must have to do with that 20% below average pricing (I'm usually price at "only" 5% below).
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    koshka said:

    (...)
    I'm going on the store views / sales ratio as a judge of whether it's working. For a long time I had one sale per forty views but this has changed to one in thirty over the past two months (feedback has risen from about 25 to 80 in the same period).
    (...)
    Interesting you mention this, as I've started looking at this ratio as well. You seem to be getting much better numbers than me, which I guess must have to do with that 20% below average pricing (I'm usually price at "only" 5% below).
    How does one look up this information?
    I price below average but not by a set percentage, it depends on the market for a particular part, and this avoids odd prices like 13.37c

  • koshkakoshka UK/SwedenMember Posts: 193
    KingAlanI said:
    koshka said:

    (...)
    I'm going on the store views / sales ratio as a judge of whether it's working. For a long time I had one sale per forty views but this has changed to one in thirty over the past two months (feedback has risen from about 25 to 80 in the same period).
    (...)
    Interesting you mention this, as I've started looking at this ratio as well. You seem to be getting much better numbers than me, which I guess must have to do with that 20% below average pricing (I'm usually price at "only" 5% below).
    How does one look up this information?
    I price below average but not by a set percentage, it depends on the market for a particular part, and this avoids odd prices like 13.37c

    The 20% thing is just a rough calculation based on the historic prices shown in the price guide. I started out intending to be an international seller but the local Swedish side has developed well so I've been trying to price more for the local market recently. That means that I can sometimes go above the six month average but other times I have to go lower. I think that some Swedes in the south, i.e. close to Denmark, might have company contacts given the volume and prices of certain parts. The store is very much a work in progress - the majority of my sales have been through an auction site but Bricklink is starting to catch up.
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • DaraghDaragh IrelandMember Posts: 363
    I take it that Lego must be very popular in Sweden, I sell a lot to Sweden, always large orders too. In fact all Scandinavian countries are good buyers in my store. It seems weird shipping Lego from Ireland to Denmark! 

    catwranglerkiki180703
  • koshkakoshka UK/SwedenMember Posts: 193
    Quite a few MOC builders over here as far as I can tell and also a fair bit of interest in Technic.
    catwranglerkiki180703GothamConstructionCo
  • richoricho Member Posts: 3,821
    koshka said:
    richo said:
    As a trend, I am noticing I very rarely find any UK sellers anywhere near the most competitive on just about any item. Nearly always USA or continental Europe have several cheaper listings before I come to a UK seller. I have now taken to almost always importing stuff as it's simply cheaper even with postage.
    Would you say that UK sellers are pricing things too high (above average) or that other sellers are selling stuff cheap?

    It's a volume thing, big sellers can afford to give away a bit of their margin in exchange for more volume.
    Maybe there aren't any sellers in the UK that are big enough to be able to lower the prices to compete with the biggest sellers worldwide.

    As a small store I'm subjected to that reality. Even at 5% below average there are a whole lot of other stores that are cheaper for any given part.
    The solution might be trying to compete in variety, although that brings its own set of problems.

    Running a BrickLink store can be quite tricky...
    I think variety and volume are key although feedback may also help. In the past four months I've gone from around 8000 to 25000 parts. I'm going on the store views / sales ratio as a judge of whether it's working. For a long time I had one sale per forty views but this has changed to one in thirty over the past two months (feedback has risen from about 25 to 80 in the same period). I'm tempted to stop bothering with many used items as basic bricks rarely seem to sell unless they're new (and they take up space). I'm not sure about pricing to the average. When I looked at this in more detail I thought that 20% below the average was needed to achieve decent visibility in the price guide. That said I've had some of the best sales prices in Sweden for certain parts since my variety/volume increased so I'm starting to worry less about being the cheapest.

    As a buyer from the UK / Sweden I learnt to look overseas fairly early on. Hungary, Germany and the Czech Republic have all been good for postage for larger orders. Even the US was relatively cheap for one order as it was for several of a very lightweight, expensive piece.
    Yep, just bought sets from both Denmark and France this last week or so. For whatever reason UK Bricklinkers are just nowhere near competitive enough for me to buy domestically. I would definitely recommend shopping about on price.
    SprinkleOtterkiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    Darn shame postage from the US to other countries is so high, but I do make a few Canadian and overseas sales.

    @koshka I meant how do you look up store views to divide by sales?
  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    Every time I try using Bricksync recently, it just takes off everything that I just added to Bricklink, instead of updating my brickowl to match it. Anyone else ever have that problem?
  • elspankdogelspankdog TexasMember Posts: 403
    Do you turn blmaster on before updating bricklink inventory?
  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    Do you turn blmaster on before updating bricklink inventory?
    Given as I just read about that, I'm going to go with no.
  • elspankdogelspankdog TexasMember Posts: 403
    I don't know if that's the cause.  I don't think I've ever had that problem when not turning it on.
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,642
    @SprinkleOtter , I used to do all my inventory changes though blmaster. I then tried doing them via bricksync using a brickstock file and it it is much more convenient and flexible (prices look up on add, applying a % from the average on all the lots at once, updating prices, etc). 

  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    KingAlanI said:
    Darn shame postage from the US to other countries is so high, but I do make a few Canadian and overseas sales.

    @koshka I meant how do you look up store views to divide by sales?
    I'm pretty sure there's no way to look it up on BrickLink, it's just something you'll have to keep track of.
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    Those of you that mentioned pricing for the market (@KingAlanI @koshka), do you mean you go through each part you're adding and checking the Price Guide to decide on the price?
    That sounds like a daunting task...
    I do that for minifigures and maybe some of the high value parts, but doing that for every single part when parting out a... let's say 100-lot set... sounds like too much work.
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,406
    Just reading about fussy customers and refunds.

    Do any of you guys mark your parts with an invisible marker? I would be tempted to, just in case they try to pull the ol switcharoony with the bits.
    SprinkleOtterkiki180703
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 17,949
    AllBrick said:
    Just reading about fussy customers and refunds.

    Do any of you guys mark your parts with an invisible marker? I would be tempted to, just in case they try to pull the ol switcharoony with the bits.
    No. They are probably just as likely to say a part is missing rather than it is damaged or wrong if they were out to cheat, and I'd normally refund anyway without wanting to pay for the postage to return it (I wouldn't expect a buyer to pay for returning if there is an error). Also I only sell new parts, and I don't think I could sell as new if they were written on (even if invisibly). I wouldn't be happy if I bought (new) parts and they had been inked like that.

    SprinkleOtterKingAlanIKevin_Hyattkiki180703
  • AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,406
    CCC said:
    AllBrick said:
    Just reading about fussy customers and refunds.

    Do any of you guys mark your parts with an invisible marker? I would be tempted to, just in case they try to pull the ol switcharoony with the bits.
    No. They are probably just as likely to say a part is missing rather than it is damaged or wrong if they were out to cheat, and I'd normally refund anyway without wanting to pay for the postage to return it (I wouldn't expect a buyer to pay for returning if there is an error). Also I only sell new parts, and I don't think I could sell as new if they were written on (even if invisibly). I wouldn't be happy if I bought (new) parts and they had been inked like that.

    I did mean discreetly marked of course.

    I get your point though, they would just lie and say it was missing if they were that devious.

    I would still be tempted to put just a dot inside a tube or something.
  • RTORTO Member Posts: 65
    Might as well add my store here too. 

    http://www.bricklink.com/store/home.page?p=ramseyturner#/shop?o={"showHomeItems":1}
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    Those of you that mentioned pricing for the market (@KingAlanI @koshka), do you mean you go through each part you're adding and checking the Price Guide to decide on the price?
    That sounds like a daunting task...
    I do that for minifigures and maybe some of the high value parts, but doing that for every single part when parting out a... let's say 100-lot set... sounds like too much work.
    Yeah, my idea is to check price for each part.
    I'm often less thorough on large sets and/or low value parts.
    I have BrickLink fill in average prices and keep current prices for items already in inventory.

    -

    Haven't added much lately but good to let money come in and catch up on sorting what I already bought.
    Decided to offer deals on buying all of a high quantity lot - like quantity 25 @ 14c, tiered pricing 25 @ 12c

  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    I have BrickLink always update prices, and set them to 5% below average. This way I'm keeping the prices up to date, as long as I keep adding stuff to the store.

    Never tried tiered pricing, something to consider somewhere down the line.

    A question for everyone: how have sales gone in January?
    Mine started better than usual, but tapered off to a trickle after a week and a bit. January is now primed to be the 2nd best month since I started (June last year), although a big part of that is from a single buyer, which worries me a bit because he's not likely to keep buying at the same rate.
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    edited January 2017
    My sales volume has been relatively high this month. About a quarter of that was getting rid of 31 #30279 barely above cost, but also many part sales including 3 R2-D2's in the same order as the 30279. I have only a few repeat customers anyway. As a buyer, even when I like a seller, I often don't have anything more to get anytime soon.
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    I was shopping for small ziplock bags recently. A local convenience store of all places has 25 2x3 inch and 25 3x5 inch for $1. I got all 18 packages while I was there Wednesday evening. I wondered how that compared to ordering online. Uline has 2x3's $13/1000. I got a BL order today that used several 2x3 bags. The seller said quality is too variable from Amazon sellers and he gets them from Ecobox. Ecobox is $13.20/1000, but cheaper S&H - still not worth it for one case, borderline for two. I doubt I need 3 or more. Those I got locally have label strips, which are extra online. I have plenty of sticky labels, but this still saves me a step. I could use a permanent marker right on the bag, but that can rub off, and not have enough contrast with dark pieces.

  • LegogramLegogram PA USAMember Posts: 318
    @KingAlanI  Have you ever checked at your local Walmart in the beading supply area?  I purchase 1.5 x 2 and 2 x 3 bags at $1 for 100, and 3 x 4 bags at $2 for 100.  Of course, they don't have the label strips.
    77ncaachampsKingAlanIkiki180703
  • DaraghDaragh IrelandMember Posts: 363
    ...

    A question for everyone: how have sales gone in January?
    Mine started better than usual, but tapered off to a trickle after a week and a bit. January is now primed to be the 2nd best month since I started (June last year), although a big part of that is from a single buyer, which worries me a bit because he's not likely to keep buying at the same rate.
    Same here, had a great start to the year and the first two weeks were crazy busy and then nothing, it was like someone switched off the lights! Getting back to normal yesterday and today thankfully.

  • DaraghDaragh IrelandMember Posts: 363
    Legogram said:
    @KingAlanI  Have you ever checked at your local Walmart in the beading supply area?  I purchase 1.5 x 2 and 2 x 3 bags at $1 for 100, and 3 x 4 bags at $2 for 100.  Of course, they don't have the label strips.
    I buy from eBay, these are from the UK but I am sure there are US sellers too. If you buy by the 1000 (or more) they work out very cheap.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/shop_fair?_trksid=p2047675.l2559

  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    Daragh said:

    I buy from eBay, these are from the UK but I am sure there are US sellers too. If you buy by the 1000 (or more) they work out very cheap.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/shop_fair?_trksid=p2047675.l2559

    @Daragh I recently bought a good amount from officespot.ie. They seem to be a bit cheaper than that seller on ebay, with free shipping to Ireland on orders over €60. That ebay seller has more variety tho...
  • elspankdogelspankdog TexasMember Posts: 403
    Think I paid $15 for 2000 2x3 bags last time I bought some on ebay with free shipping.
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    @Legogram hadn't thought of checking amongst craft supplies
    or on eBay as some others have mentioned. I'll look when this batch runs low.

    restocked on bubblemailers with a big Sunuku order - 500 000, 250 0, 150 2, 50 6 for $100.75 shipped.
    I'm almost out of 0. I use the most of those by far, and even they're too big for some orders. Thus the 000's. I often cut 0's in half, but that doesn't work for some orders, I'd rather avoid the extra time and tape, and it may look sketchy (though I've heard no complaints). Occasionally I need really big mailers. A 6 being too big is better than a 5 being too small, and I didn't need to get as many at once. 2 is the medium size I'm used to.

    been getting a few orders per day. I try to ship next day, same day if timing works out, but some have taken a couple days

  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Aspiring Time Traveler Stuck in the West (US)Member Posts: 2,439
    IF you're really desperate, use the Michael's (US) coupon - usually 40% off, sometimes 50-60%, coupon for a pack of 100 bags. In the craft section (beads and stuff, I believe).
  • Kevin_HyattKevin_Hyatt UKMember Posts: 778
    edited January 2017
    Anyone looking to MOC their Battle of Scariff with extra parts should check out http://www.jenzbricks.com has just added x3 parted out 75171

    And speaking of sales for January, have seemed to have done ok. At least as good as last year and last year had a 10% sale on for the month as thought it would be slow after Xmas.
  • elspankdogelspankdog TexasMember Posts: 403
    Yeah, ok month for me.  Around 100 orders I think.  Enough to supplement my addictions at least
  • richoricho Member Posts: 3,821
    Anybody got a link to a UK store that has rogue one figures at a reasonably competitive price? I won't hold my breath, but just in case...
  • koshkakoshka UK/SwedenMember Posts: 193
    A few answers to different questions.

    1. I have been pricing parts individually to begin with but I then retain the entry in my inventory and only tend to update the prices for the rarest parts. I've also used the part out function for a couple of new and used sets recently and just gone with the six month average. This seems to be working out reasonably well e.g. I'm slowly but steadily shifting parts from a large technic set.

    2. ziploc / press seal bags - I use ebay uk sellers. Most of my bags (and padded envelopes) have come from eposgear so far. I think that the quality varies a little between orders and I'm sort of regretting the smallest bag size as I have large thumbs and the seals are difficult to open.

    3. December and January have been by far my best months so far. January did have a big dip in the middle but things have picked up again. I also sell things through an auction site and my theory is that parts sell well in the winter as it's when people are staying inside and MOCing.

    4. possible things for the future include more accurate weighing scales, a label printer and working out what packaging to get for selling baseplates.
    KingAlanIcatwranglerasrfarinhakiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    maybe I should also Retain so I don't have to price again when I sell all of a lot and then get more.

    Filled 7 tiny orders and a slightly larger one tonight. harder than I thought. took most of the evening. part of the effort was keeping track of which was which. also contacted about minor problems on a couple previous orders, one more thing to do. it's been busy like this for a few days, so I'm tired.

    Nearly out of bubblemailers, buying as few as needed at retail. tracking info says I get Sunuku delivery February 4. not going to delay current orders. will see if I receive in time to mail later that day. also, when I get those I can get rid of my oversized bubblemailer charge, that couldn't hurt business.
  • koshkakoshka UK/SwedenMember Posts: 193
    edited January 2017
    I've had two orders this month that had me seriously questioning whether to reintroduce a minimum charge. The one thing that puts me off is that I never liked them when I started out as a buyer. There seem to be lots of new buyers about at the moment and I don't want to lose them before they've even looked at what I have.

    On thing I have changed with packaging recently is that I've had a few orders where a small box placed inside a mailing bag has worked better than a padded envelope. 
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • RakulRakul USAMember Posts: 176
    ^ I've been debating that as well.  Though I wish I could do one for international orders only.  I've had a few too many $0.10 orders going to Europe or Asia.
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    I just found out that USPS give you boxes... For free... No more saving boxes here...
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • elspankdogelspankdog TexasMember Posts: 403
    Glad January is over because I don't think I can afford anymore inventory


    KingAlanI77ncaachampskiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    @koshka @Rakul I have no minimum buy but I have a handling charge to avoid getting screwed on tiny orders, $1 domestic / $2 foreign. BL shipping settings include a handling charge, but not different ones, so it's expressed in Terms and entered manually on Orders Received.

    @SprinkleOtter
    I understand free USPS boxes are only for flat rate. Since LEGO is low density, that postage isn't such a good deal*. I often send a few pounds in a large bubblemailer, Priority Mail by weight and distance. Maybe flatrate is a better deal cross country and/or for particular assortments. 1st Class Mail Package is available for up to 16 ounces; that used to be 13. I rarely can fit over a pound in a small flatrate box; sometimes I've used a medium flatrate box for 4 pounds or so. Retail Ground isn't much cheaper except for very heavy packages. Remember that a box weighs a few ounces versus a fraction of an ounce for a bubblemailer.
    *I've made extensive use of flatrate for coins or trading cards.

    @elspankdog
    Yep, a BL store calls for a large investment in inventory
  • elspankdogelspankdog TexasMember Posts: 403
    edited February 2017
    yeah, if I do priority flat rate, I use the free priority bubble mailers.  You can fit more in them than the small flat rate box for the same price.  You have to order them online, but they are free as well as the shipping.

    https://store.usps.com/store/browse/uspsProductDetailMultiSkuDropDown.jsp?categoryNav=false&navAction=push&navCount=0&atg.multisite.remap=false&categoryId=mailing-envelopes&productId=P_EP14PE
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    @KingAlanI
    Actually, no. If you go under packing supplies on their website, there are many free boxes that aren't flat rate.
    KingAlanI77ncaachampskiki180703
  • graphitegraphite USMember Posts: 3,242
    @KingAlanI
    Actually, no. If you go under packing supplies on their website, there are many free boxes that aren't flat rate.
    But they are all priority or express.  And would be dishonest to use them inverted for non priority stuff.  Not that you are just indicating it to anyone who didn't know they had them and all of a sudden was excited for free boxes.  This is an amazing feature of USPS especially because if you are doing postage at commercial rate (like through paypal), priority is almost always (if not always) cheaper than parcel rate.  Also I find most of the time things that fit in a flat rate box are cheaper when not using a flat rate box, except when it is a box solid packed with parts.  I use the 8x8x7 (non-flat rate) boxes for priority stuff all the time.  It is a great box for parts orders.  I usually have 25-50 of them on hand at anytime.
    KingAlanIkiki180703
  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    graphite said:
    @KingAlanI
    Actually, no. If you go under packing supplies on their website, there are many free boxes that aren't flat rate.
    But they are all priority or express.  And would be dishonest to use them inverted for non priority stuff.  Not that you are just indicating it to anyone who didn't know they had them and all of a sudden was excited for free boxes.  This is an amazing feature of USPS especially because if you are doing postage at commercial rate (like through paypal), priority is almost always (if not always) cheaper than parcel rate.  Also I find most of the time things that fit in a flat rate box are cheaper when not using a flat rate box, except when it is a box solid packed with parts.  I use the 8x8x7 (non-flat rate) boxes for priority stuff all the time.  It is a great box for parts orders.  I usually have 25-50 of them on hand at anytime.
    I know they are just for Priority. However, I rarely use Parcel (unless the box is huge or going cross-country), so I am fine with that. I suspect that they are printed on the inside like the flat rates so that people don't invert them- is that not the case?
    KingAlanI77ncaachampskiki180703
  • graphitegraphite USMember Posts: 3,242
    Seems like most are printed, but a few of the sizes I have aren't.  But that doesn't really stop anyone from going the brown paper route.
    KingAlanISprinkleOtterkiki180703
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    For both moral and practical reasons, I don't want to misuse USPS provided packaging, but I hadn't heard about free non flat rate packaging. I was only thinking of what one sees in a post office lobby rather that what's available on their website. I'll look into that.

    I'm using 2x3 and 3x5 bags at about the same rate. 3x5's are pricier than 2x3's online, so the convenience store packages still seem like a good deal. Also, they come in a 7x4 bag. I just put 20 2x6 plates in one and it looks like it could hold at least 50 of those. About 30 1x1 bricks fit in a 2x3 and about 100 in a 3x5.

    With tiny bags, I can come closer to one lot per bag - easier to organize for both buyer and seller, and less risk of pieces getting damaged by contact with dissimilar pieces. Also, a relatively empty larger bag takes up more space.

    Usually I sort after payment, but lately I've started some orders ahead of time if the buyer has high feedback, I see the parts while doing other sorting, and if not too busy. I use the Ready order status if finished. It seems helpful to message the buyer about this.

    Sometimes a buyer purchases an entire lot and I count slightly more. Lately I send the buyer all of them rather than relist and store a small amount of tiny pieces. Either it's a bonus or is like a baker's dozen, covering for something missing.

    Parted out 2 #40165 * and another #70324, added a #30376, also Nurse Harley Quinn and Clan of the Cave Batman CMF's
    started using retain, which moves zero lots to stockroom rather than deleting them. adding that item again with concatenate and no stockroom should bring it back out again. should be particularly useful for when I add another copy of a set later after selling out of some of the lots in it. like 70324.

    * listed alternate heads and hair separately, made this clear in the minifig listings.
  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    And for those of us not in the US, do you know of a way to get cheap boxes other than foraging for them?
    I use bubble mailers for most orders but have sent some bigger ones in small boxes (should get some bigger mailers, really). Also, sealed sets must be sent in a box, and while an extra couple of €€ doesn't make a difference on a big set I mostly only re-sell the [email protected] promotional sets, which are quite small and low-value.

    On a different note, working the storage part of the store, with some stack-ons on the way.
    Not much parting out happened in the last couple of weeks, but that will pick up again once the stack-ons are in place and a couple of other orders arrive. Stay tuned -> http://brickrepository.com
  • KingAlanIKingAlanI Rochester, NYMember Posts: 1,895
    @asrfarinha you getting drawers or simply stackable storage bins? I have a different brand of stacking bin, it can be hard to get at the bottom bin. but the drawers I saw are a lot more for the amount of space and individual drawers are either too small or too large (bins that are too deep are too hard to dig through)
  • asrfarinhaasrfarinha Galway, IrelandMember Posts: 139
    I've accumulated a good amount of bins and have now reached the point (over 3000 lots) where I need a more granular system. I'm getting a few of these to start with.
    They are indeed expensive, but it's starting to get too time consuming to find stuff inside bins that have a couple of hundred different lots in them.
    Now I won't be able to have only 1 lot per drawer, as I'd need a whole lot of cabinets (not enough space or money for that). But I intend to have 1 part per drawer (with all the colours in there), which should already make it a lot easier for finding the part I need. I might go one step further and split the colours into individual bags, for that extra bit of optimisation.
    KingAlanI
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