Stackable Component Bins / Louvre Panel Trays
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For hanging on a Louvre hook panel, or simply stacking up in a pile, to sort all your nuts and bolts, bits and bobs, odds and ends in.
I don't currently have access to such a panel, so the clip on this tub is a generous estimation, and there is a matching hook that can be easily stuck all over a scrap bit of plywood by using some countersunk screws, to turn it into such a panel.
If anyone does have access to one and would like to share some dimensions for the hooks on them, then I could redesign this for a better fit.
The current design is only two parts for simplicity's sake, and on its side to keep stress in-plane and remove overhangs, but I might consider making one in more flat parts.
Suggest some alternate sizes and I'll make them, otherwise go fiddle around with the IGES part files.
You might need to shave slight bits off the tags to make it push fit, or glue/heat weld it together to stop it falling apart, depending on how much your printer shrinks holes.
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