Thanks to rbross for providing the blank. This made the creation of this bin a 5-minute job without the need of taking any measurements on my own. You may want to have a look at his Harbor Freight X-Wing Collection, if you are using the Harbor Freight instead of the Stanley organizer.
This thing follows Lord_Dowrkins idea and adds a storage box the TIE Striker. The following text is mostly copied from him (except of my notes).
I use the Stanley 25-Compartment Organizers for my X-Wing Miniatures collection, and have tried many solutions for maximizing space and keeping the models safe. I reviewed most of the similar designs on Thingiverse, but there were none that had everything I wanted. So I started to design my own series, and based on my collection (I own at least one of almost everything, including Epic (note: I don't own any Scum, so don't expect any Scum ships to be added. I do own everything else)).
My design goals:
- Maximize Space
- Attractive Presentation
- Include the pilot cards (note: unline Lord_Dworking I'll never do so)
- Include the movement dials whenever possible (note: unlike Lord_Dworkin I'll try to always do so)
So, here is my design for the TIE Striker, holding also one dial.
This will fit the Stanley 25 Compartment Organizer (https://amzn.com/B00005QWYF) or the Harbor Freight 20 Compartment version (https://www.harborfreight.com/tool-storage/part-storage/19-bin-portable-parts-storage-case-93928.html).
As I complete and post more of this collection, I will link them here as well. (note: I also include links to Lord_Dwonkins, but not the other direction)