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June 1, 2017 AT 2:00 am

Drawers for small components #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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arpruss shared this project on Thingiverse!

I needed some drawers for organizing resistors, capacitors and other small components. I wanted the resistor compartments to have in-cuts on the dividers to make it easier to get the resistors out with fat fingers, and I wanted a lot of customizability in the drawer divider organization.

You can customize the dimensions heavily.

The design is optimized for minimal plastic usage, hence the grid walls for the main chest and the thin dividers in the drawers.

All print with no support at 0.3mm layers. Since all the walls by default are thin, infill percentage makes little difference. I printed in PLA.

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