One storage box which finally collects all my hexagon bits and tips that did not have a home before!
It has room for 6×15 small bits, 10 medium sized, 5x90mm bits and two coupling parts. These last two lay horizontal and are held in place by a D10x5mm magnet fixed in a tiny drawer inbetween them.
The box itself is a remix of the wonderful rugged waterproof box by zx82net (thing:4838803), which I resized to outer dimensions 152×120.5mm, lid height 22mm, box depth 39mm.
Some sandpaper was required to fit the holder for the long bits. I also found out that while most of the hex bits stayed put in their holders, some of the smaller ones could slide out, which is why I recommend adding a cardboard rectangle directly under the bitholders.
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