In the pictures I just printed the drawer twice with 2×1 configuration as in the OpenSCAD/STL files.
For mounting I just used double sided duct tape…
Printing the drawer:
I used my Ender-3 with a 0.4mm to print the drawer in vase mode, but set the extruder diameter to 0.8mm instead of 0.44mm to get thicker walls….layer height was set to 0.25mm and bottom solid layers to 2.
Printing the drawer case:
This was printed on my CR-10S with a 0.6mm nozzle and 0.3mm layer height.
You might also use a 0.4mm nozzle and experiment with the extruder width settings.
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