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Stanley 014725R organizer bin dividers (with STEP files)

by registeredthing Sep 9, 2018
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Very helpful, especially for those two locations on the sides just back past the handle where you can't put a small bin (at least not if it has feet). Thank you.

Thanks, for my setup those spaces worked out great to hold the various t-nuts, lock nuts and inserts that I have for my metric stuff since all the screws take up the main field.

For folks looking to start a collection, this is a good set of metric nuts and bolts in various sizes. They have other versions with cap and countersunk nuts as well.

M3 M4 M5 M6 screw set

Love the idea!

I'm curious, did you need to sand them to get them to fit? I printed one of the 8-bin ones, and can't physically get it to the bottom of the large bin, as it is a bit oversized. Calibration cube is close (<0.15mm oversized, and most of that is overhang from letters), so I don't know that it's printer calibration.

Also, what program did you use to design it? When importing into Fusion360 it ends up way oversized, so don't know what the original dimensions were to compare to my bins in case they're slightly different (I'm new to 3D printing and CAD, so stil need to investigate why Fusion 360 is doing that).

Hi, I did not have to sand them, just printed and installed them. I use ViaCAD version 9 and exported them to STL The files were in mm dimensions (so if you have inches that could explain why they are huge). I just realized that I did not put the STEP files up here, will get them and most them tonight.

I posted the STP files which you can probably work with easier than the STL's. I also made a pic which may help with the dimensions. The dimensions in the pic are direct from the model in the CAD software.

I measured the actual prints I made to compare, and they were very close - the long dimension (yellow) is 104.52mm and the smaller dimension (light blue) is 74.56mm.

Hope that info helps.

I see you got no comments yet, so felt obliged to say that these look FANTASTIC!

I have not had the opportunity to print one of these yet, I just got my printer, and may wait for yellow filament. I made my own sortimo with 12 large and 12 small Stanley's and really could see myself printing some dividers to consolidate a few things better.

A solid two thumbs up for designing and sharing these.

Thanks! I pretty much put up everything I end up making for myself (if it works :D). I sort of wish I would have color coded my M3, M4 and M5 dividers when I printed mine, but all black also looks sort'a cool too (as will yellow).

If you do print them, the 3M 468MP tape or some other glue or tape that will adhere to the polypropylene bins is really important. Although the fit is very close, the dividers are tapered to match the bins, and will need to be stuck down on the bottom (and the covered bins taped on the sides) to avoid accidentally picking up one of the bins by the dividers. I had a big sheet left over from some Gizmo Dorks PEI I bought (they provide a full sheet and some strips of the stuff), and cut that into strips about 0.25" wide, which seems to be holding well using 3-4 strips of tape per divider.

Good luck and please post a make if you end up using them.