I use a number of those stackable black tool drawer sets to store
tools and equipment throughout my studio. They look like this one
I remove any wheels that might come with the drawers because I don't
really want them to be moveable.
One of them is beside my flexshafts and one of the shallow drawers
holds all the accessories (felt wheels, burs, grinding wheels,
abrasive wheels, etc.) for using with the flexshaft.
Left by themselves to slide around the drawer, they would become an
unusable mess so... I placed several long magnetic strips on the
floor of the drawer, towards the front of the drawer, and store the
accessories, (wheels mounted on their mandrels), on the magnetic
strips. These are the kind of strips like these
At the rear of the drawer are the duplicates of the wheels,
unmounted and in small plastic bins (I use the boxes that used to be
used for holding slides), ready to be used once the ones that I've
used have worn out.
When working at the flexshafts, I just pull out the drawer, leaving
it open, and reach in to grab whichever wheel or bur I need to use.
I have one of those drawer sets as the base for my soldering station
(this one has some deeper drawers), and store soldering tools and
equipment (flux jars, soldering blocks, jigs, binding wire, etc.) in
the drawers. I do stand up while soldering and this arrangement
makes it easy to access anything that I need to use.
Above my soldering station is another of those magnetic strips that
holds extra crosslock tweezers, and other assorted tools that I
might need for soldering operations.
Hope you find this useful,