Something I like about the EZSTAX system is how the designers have considered the entire process of clothes storage, from laundry room to closet. Thus the system is meant to be brought to the laundry room, with the clothes folded and "loaded" there, then brought back to the larger storage unit and dropped in, pre-organized.
This idea of a storage system with removable, mobile elements is intriguing, so I'm looking around to see if there are any other precedents or applications. The closest I could find is this project on Lumberjocks by user Kabashu, though it's to do with organizing tools rather than clothes.
"[I got] sick and tired of carrying black plastic cases in and out of my shop every time I have a travel job," he writes. "Tired of opening and closing those same cases every time I need a tool in the shop." Here's his DIY solution:
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"Problem solved. Things I use the most all in two portable boxes that fit into drawers when I'm in the shop and easily loaded into trailer when working off site. Even made a portable charging station with programmable timer to keep them fresh. Long overdue project!"
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Again, this seems like a great 1.0 for what could be a very efficient system. What would those of you with shops do to improve upon this design?