Customizable Bin for Part Storage & Picking
by i-make-robots, published
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I'm addressing three issues at once here:
- A lot of cardboard going to recycling
- A lot of storage problems at my hack space.
- A need for laser training test file that makes something useful.
I based this design on cardboard stackable picking bins I've seen in warehouses.
Parametric design here. type in your dimensions, save the DXF file, cut and fold. One layer is for creases, one for cuts, and one for the bounding area.
You can use the free Inkscape app to import and print DXF files.
This bin measures 6" wide, 3" high, and 9" deep. It is designed for 1/8" cardboard. the front lip is 1" high. There should be no need for glue or tape. You can cut this design with scissors, a laser cutter, or your captured superman. Not so tough now, are you, Soup? Keep turning that crank!
Please try it and let me know how well it works for you. After ~10 people have tried it and the consensus seems to be "this isn't broken" I'll make it parametric for everyone to customize.
If you like this, please check out my other work.
Cut on the black lines.
Crease and fold on the blue lines.
Carefully slot the back together.
Bend the T tabs on the top to fit through the holes on the side.
Bend the front flap over the side pieces and hook into the slot.
Label the front and decorate.
Stack on your shelf.
Fill with good things.
Loudly praise the hypnotoad and/or the flying spaghetti monster.
Customizable Bin for Part Storage & Picking by i-make-robots is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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