I just started using the wet tumbling system that so many are in favor of. I made my own and it works very well. The drying issue of the brass I was having were the cases drying, sometimes not very fast, some still had a trace of water in brass or the pocket and some had water marks. I started using the dryer and that really helped a lot. Put the shoe rack in and I set my brass in a single layer in a stainless basket. However, some still had a trace of moisture after a long high heat drying cycle. So I decided to make a drying rack for the brass to go neck down into. I tried out my drying rack today and it works great in the dryer. It may work well outside right now since in the Houston area we are having 103*F plus temperatures. Ten minutes on high heat and they're dry inside and out. I think I can reduce the drying time even shorter. This particular rack will hold 136 pieces of 223, 221 FB, 20 Vartarg, etc. The top and bottom plate is 1/8" aluminum. I taped both plates together and drew my pattern on the tape. I used a small drill to drill all the pilot holes. Separating the plates, I continued to use my drill press for all the holes. By drilling all the pilot holes, everything lined up perfectly. The datum line rests on a hole on the bottom plate and the neck sticks through. I'll be placing some rubber feet on it tomorrow so it does not scare anything. I can invert the case and the mouth will stand straight up and it can then be used as a loading block. I will probably make a much smaller version and use it for a loading block.