This could be a remix but I can't point to multiple origins and I designed all from scratch. However I tried several designs which just were not THE thing for me ;) Especially connections were not the dovetail which I happen to like.
Inspirational thanks and credits for seeding my thoughts will go to
I wanted to make modular, stackable interlocking system with some extras. Also wanted to make it relatively easy to print.
Module size is 40x40x80mm. (M in STL-names, so 2M is 40mm high-80mm wide-80mm deep)
You have different drawers for every module size (1M, 2M, 3M)
Single drawers, divided 50-50 or even 4x25.
One 1M drawer is for SD cards.
(I printed and colored SD card from Ubergeekking https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:710938 and glued that to SD drawer)
On top you can print a pencil/tool holder (1M, 40mm deep with 8 holes)
On the finishing line I decided to make optional holders for labels. Those are just glued to drawer with SuperGlue.
You can use optional legs if you wish. Those will give a small opening under the storage and help also using bottom drawer handles. I fastened storage system to my table with some blue-tac, there's a small cavity under the leg.
I printed these with 0,3 resolution, saved some time but I had to sand a bit some corners especially before I calibrated my printer.
Drawers are designed with shell 1,44mm so those will print nicely with 3 perimeters with default 0,4 nozzle width (0,48mm)
I just laid a sandpaper on flat surface and grinded a bit from all surfaces. Most important is to check that you don't have any blob near the edges of chamfer.