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EastBayCNC

Toolbox Bins & ER20 Collet Inserts

by EastBayCNC Aug 25, 2018
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I've been printing a bunch of these and finding them super useful for organizing my toolbox. Is there a chance your using fusion and can export the project file so that I can tweak the box sizes without asking for each individual size that I'm looking for?

I just uploaded a few new sizes! Check them out and let me know if they help your scenario. If not, what sizes are you looking for? I'd be happy to draw them up and publish here for everyone else to utilize too.

A friend asked for a weird size. I doubt anyone else would have a use for it. I was able to model the custom size, 151mm x 72mm x 25mm. I posted it as a thing and gave you credit as the inspiration. Let me know if that's not ok. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3695999

Stackable Storage Bin

All good, nice remix! I added a 150x75x25 bin option as well thinking that may be more universally applicable.

Now that I'm printing a metric crapton of these a need has arisen. Is there any chance you could make a 50X50X25 divided into 2, and one divided into 4 for small hardware? Or if you share the dimensions and tolerances I can design my own.

Just posted two new files that I think are exactly what you're looking for! I added a built in divider option for the 50x50x25. Post a picture when you print them, I'd love to see how they turn out since I haven't had a chance to print the ones with dividers myself yet.

Awesome! That is exactly what I need. Putting 4 each into the queue. I've got both my MP Select Mini's cranking out 50x50x25 and 100x50x25 bins. Just wish I could make those little guys print faster. Well, faster with acceptable quality.

These are easily the best Schaller style bins I've seen so far. Excellent design!

What filament did you use for the blue bins in the pics? Looks great.

Thank you!! I really appreciate it! The filament is nothing fancy, just Monoprice PLA + (https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15830)

I'm glad you're getting some good use from them; I just uploaded a picture of my tool drawer where I've been using the bins most, although, they've found their place into my kitchen "junk drawer" to keep things organized a little better there too.