Tuesday, October 18, 2016

How to Assemble Banker's Office Files

Fig.1 Banker's Box Files
By Gary Boutin                     

Tools and Supplies:
Bankers Office Files

Mrs. Day had papers and photos all over her office and walls. She categorized cat pictures for a feline magazine. She needed serious organization for her paper. Looking at the U-line catalog, we decided that purchasing Banker's Office boxes would work to file her business paper and feline pictures.

This post shows the seven steps to build a Banker's box from a cardboard kit.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows this is a card box banker's box. Fig.2 shows the box plans and the pieces that make up the banker's file. Fig.3 shows the only tool will be scissors to cut the plastic bands on the box. The rest is folding pieces of cardboard to make the Banker's file box. 
Fig.2 Banker's piece plans
Fig.3 Scissors
Step 2: Fig.4
show the plan diagram to fold the bottom of the office file box. Fig.5 shows the box flaps are folded. Fig.6 shows one edge will be folded into the other gap. Fig.7 and fig.8 shows the flaps have made a wall.
Fig.4 Diagram

Fig.5 Open the box
Fig.6 Fold the flaps
Fig.7 Outside wall
Fig.8 Inside wall
Step 3: Fig.9 shows the diagram and fig.10 shows that each tray was placed into the box. 
Fig.9 Diagram
Fig.10 Trays 
placed in box
Step 4: Fig.11 shows the diagram and fig.12 shows for the middle wall has been inserted. 

Fig.11 Diagram
Fig.12 Middle 
wall inserted
Step 5: Fig.13 shows the both side edges need to be folded inside. Fig.14 shows the blue side edges have been folded inside the box.
Fig.13 Diagram
Fig.14 Fold inside
Step 6: Fig.15 through fig.17 shows to fold the top and bottom edges inside the box.

Fig.15 Diagram
Fig.16 bottom flap
Fig.17 Fold inside

Step 7: Fig.18 and fig.19 shows the finished product. Fig.19 shows the finished product. Now this is one box Mrs. Day had a wall of files to keep her business under control.
Fig.18 Finished without files
Fig.19 Business files

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