Modular storage boxes

by rogzam, published

Modular storage boxes by rogzam May 10, 2016


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I'm one of those people who is continually collecting tools and components for future (sometimes non-existing) projects. I'm also one of those people who likes to keep everything in a strict and even frightening (to others) order.

I was looking for a design that could help me protecting and organizing electronic components and small tools. As I could not find something online to solve this problem for me I decided to do something about it:

This system of interlocking and stackable modular boxes contains internal divisions of different sizes in order to organize a multitude of objects of different nature. Each level has a different internal distribution, on the top I added a lid and on the sides there are a series of hooks that click together and hold each level in position.

I used a 4mm plywood sheet to laser-cut every piece of the boxes, all three levels come out of a 80cm x 60cm sheet.

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I'm a American ( I know we're weird ) but i use inches so how thick should my material be? Thanks

C'mon!, you guys are not "weird", let's just say you're special. Just kidding m8!.. 3mm would be 0.11" that's a 1/8 " thick material, 5/32 might work as well!

Love this! Could you make an .stl file?

And there they are, you are AWESOME!