I bought a Bisley 5 drawer cabinet to store my various parts and tools for my 3D printer. They sold drawer inserts for around $14 each. I decided to design and print my own. Given the drawer size and print surface limitations, it requires four inserts per drawer. All said and done, the monetary savings is not much. However, I can customize the bins for whatever I want to store and it looks nicer having the bright colors. Besides, it's storing my 3D printer stuff so it only makes sense that these bins be 3D printed, right?
More configurations will be posted as I create them.
Infill isn't really relevant since the wall thickness is 1.5-2mm. These are a fairly long print, 4-10 hours depending on speed and other print settings because they are large and pretty much solid. .