Handy Stacking Parts Bin

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Handy Stacking Parts Bin by AdanA Feb 8, 2013
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Nothing super special, just a nice little bin.

I have grander ambitions to make these in various complementary sizes and shapes, add divider features, make a toolbox system that works with them, etc. While I get around to doing any of those things, however, this is a nice busykeeper for when I'm not quite ready for the printer to print something else.


Print! I've used ABS so far but they'll probably work with anything.

0 extra shells needed.

Fill is mostly irrelevant; it only does any fill in the inside fillet region that joins the walls to the bottom and a little at the top stiffener lip. 25% is fine, 10% or 100% probably okay too.

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I've been looking for a place to keep my oranges.

I think this design deserves more love. Have been using these for 8 months now. Simple, multifunctional, stack-able, and legit!

Thanks! I've had issues with some of mine cracking (delaminating in the three-sided zone above the front lip). What material did you print yours from? I used ABS, maybe needed to go a little slower. I'd hate to make the walls a lot thicker; they're nice with thin walls.

All my prints are in PLA. Don't quite understand where cracking is happening for you. Pictures?
Agreed, beautifully thin walls :)