The new set fits well into the series. In the picture above you can see a comparison between the flat (red), regular (blue) and tall (violet) boxes. All of them will stack perfectly and match in the same grid.
Compared with the flat and regular boxes, the tall boxes required a slightly optimised wall profile. You can clearly see the additional ribs, which were required to prevent the walls from bulging. These ribs also take the additional load if you stack heavier boxes on top.
I also optimized the corner profile, which creates now an even better 3d print result as you can see in the picture above.
You will find all details on the project page for the storage boxes system with free downloads of a small set of boxes. In the catalog, you will get a visual overview of all parts and you can buy the full sets in the shop.
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