Larger trays for the Harbor Freight storage cases. 8 different sizes. Unlike the original bins, these bins are straight walled and do not taper downwards.
I wanted to print the bins with the bottom directly on the print bed, so as a result I resorted to gluing the feet afterwards with super glue. The bins work just fine without the feet. They don't shift around so long as the lid is closed.
To aid in positioning the feet, I modeled a jig that presses into the corner. I then dab a bit of glue onto the foot and press it through the jig onto the bottom of the bin (shown in photo). Careful not to accidentally glue the foot to the jig or the jig to the bin. Getting the feet in the right position allows same sized bins to be stacked as well as register into the bottom of the parts case.
I would like to model divots or something into the bottom of the bin which would forgo the need for the jig but I'm having issues with including bridges in my prints right now. Tolerances when using the jig are a little tight which makes it inconvenient.