Never know when you'll need a pain reliever, tum, or what have you. Sometimes it is inconvenient to keep a whole bottle on your person when you will most likely only need two tablets of whatever at the time. That's why I made this container, it is minimalistic and is a must have on your desk at work. These antacids are not name brand and are a bit smaller than normal ones (I think, I don't have any actual TUMs to compare). These are from a brand called "equate", and are easily found at Walmart. Everything else is pretty standard though.
I will be looking to remake this in the near future with a hinge so that the lid does not slide off. This would make is so you don't have to be so careful putting it in your pocket.
If tolerances are tight, just print both the lid and holder at a slightly larger size (e.g. 101%). Those who have printers with high accuracy should have no issue.
Attaching the Magnets
This is intended to be used with small 3mm diameter x 1.5mm deep neodymium magnets, which can be purchased cheap just about anywhere. Just use some super glue to hold 'em in place.
I got mine here, which are uncommon on their website because it is a bulk surplus purchase, and they usually have imperial measurements only.
1/8" x 1/16" is the closest imperial equivalent and should also work, may be a bit of a tighter squeeze but the tolerance of the hole diameter should still be good enough for that. So for anyone looking to make a smaller and cheaper order with imperial magnets, try this link