Customizable Stackable Box System

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Customizable Stackable Box System by joaquinfq Mar 14, 2017


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Aprovechando el generador de bandejas que subí previamente he creado un sistema apilable y personalizable que permite usar cualquier envase como contenedor de las bandejas y poder extraerlas fácilmente al disponer de una pestaña para poder levantarlas todas a la vez.

Es una manera de aprovechar los tuppers que tenemos sin uso pero que podemos usarlos para guardar cosas pequeñas en ellos aunque en realidad pueden generarse bandejas para cualquier contenedor.

He puesto 3 ejemplos (pero no se limita a estos usos):

  • Gaveta extraible de un gavetero de Lidl
  • Bandejas para aprovechar una caja de SMINT.
  • Tupper pequeño con partes desordenadas y mezcladas.

Descomprimir el archivo StackableBoxSystem.zip y abrir con OpenSCAD el archivo StackableBoxSystem.scad.

El código está bastante comentado, pero básicamente las variables a modificar son:

  • width: Ancho del contenedor de las cajas (eje X).
  • length: Largo del contenedor de las cajas (eje Y).
  • height: Alto del contenedor de las cajas (eje Z).
  • thickness: Grosor de las paredes.
  • tolerance: Tolerancia a usar para que el pin entre en las ranuras.
  • cells: Configuración de las celdas de cada caja. Cada celda tiene 2 valores (ver http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2152853), el número de divisiones en el eje X y el número de divisiones en el eje Y.
  • pinSize: Radio del pin a usar para poder levantar todas las cajas o ancho en caso de ser rectangular.
  • radius: Radio de los bordes (ver http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2152853).
  • only: Índice del elemento que se quiere mostrar o -1 para mostrar todos. Es útil para cuando se quiere imprimir solamente una parte.



Taking advantage of the generator of trays that I uploaded previously I have created a stackable and customizable system that allows to use any container for the trays and to be able to extract them easily with a flap to be able to lift them all at the same time.

It is a way to take advantage of the tuppers that we have without use but we can use them to keep small things but really it can be to generate trays for any container.

I have put 3 examples (but are not limited to these uses):

  • Drawer for a Powerfix (Lidl) cabinet.
  • Trays to take advantage of a SMINT box.
  • Small Tupper with unsorted and mixed parts.

Uncompress the file StackableBoxSystem.zip and open StackableBoxSystem.scad.

The code is quite commented, but basically the variables to be modified are:

  • width: Container width (X axis).
  • length: Container length (Y-axis).
  • height: Container height (Z axis).
  • thickness: Thickness of walls.
  • tolerance: Tolerance to use for the pin to enter the slots.
  • cells: Configuration of the cells of each box. Each cell has 2 values (see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2152853), the number of divisions on the X axis, and the number of divisions on the Y axis.
  • pinSize: Pin radius to use to be able to lift all boxes or width in case of being rectangular.
  • radius: Radius of each corner (see http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2152853).
  • only: Index of the item to display or -1 to show all. It is useful when you want to print only one part.


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