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After starting my Nintendo collection, I decided I wanted a way to store all of my games on my DVD shelf, while keeping them nicely on display. With a bit of measuring and searching for inspiration on Thingiverse, I came up with a solution.
Each large cartridge rack (NES, SNES, Genesis, N64) holds six game cartridges. Each small cartridge rack (GB/GBA, DS/3DS) holds twelve game cartridges. Racks are the same depth as a standard DVD case, so they work well on DVD shelves or as bookends.
A small note on Genesis cartridges–I have noticed that for the handful of games I own, there’s a noticeable discrepancy in exact cartridge measurements. I’ve sized the Genesis rack to hold my fattest game a little on the snug side, while the thinner carts are a little bit loose.
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