The IESISS (Infinitely Expandable Small Item Storage System) is a set of interconnecting jars in 2 diameters, 2 lengths and 3 configurations to suit most needs up to 136 mm in length.
When printed in the given orientation supports should not be needed (30* angles)
Blue + Lt. Blue
I printed with 2 shells 5 top and bottom layers.
The only place that infill makes much of a difference is on the adaptor ring [StorageBottleRing40-60.stl] 15%=14g 100%=24g.
On 6070b the difference is 1g (40 and 41g)
After printing, work the threads a few times to smooth them out and you should not have any problems with them.
I like the look and function of other storage systems found on Thingiverse (SciFi Small Part Storage Crates https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1489606) but one slip and I spent the next hour picking stuff up.😒
I remembered the stacking jars the my mother had for her beading and went to work.😊
After picking a size to start with (I measured a pill bottle that I was using for M3 nuts) I made a basic jar (40x50mm)
After I had 6 or so I found that I needed a place for label.
With a box full of jars I thought "What if I could stack them to keep the M3's all together?"
Then I found out that my M5x50 screws would not fit into a 40x50 jar, so I made the 60x70 jar set and adaptor ring.
The first time I opened a jar upside down I thought "This is not good..."🤔 so I added a notch to mark the top of the jar.
And here we are..............😃
I did try to align the labels, but could not do so.
Please post makes and have fun printing!