Holds a SparkFun BreadBoard on top, Arduino Uno on the side, and A "Really Useful Box" in the middle.
Really Useful Box 0.14L
Very useful for holding electronic components. I scored mine at OfficeDepot on sale 2 for $4! I'm sure if you wanted to whip something up in cad to fit the storage location, it wouldn't be too difficult.
Slim Arduino Uno Case by Tortsen:
For ease and convenience I included the STL's from his files.
Print out the Proto2 (that's how I name all my designs to keep revision history ProtoN+1) file.
The Slim Arduino Uno Case by Torsten is awesome, no screws for mounting! Print the body and cover for this (files included labeled arduino_case)
slide breadboard in, peeling the adhesive sheet protector off is not necesarry mine stays in perfectly fine, although you can do it for some more stability.
I used super glue to glue the arduino case to the side (:/)
slide Really Useful Box into the middle!