The regular storage boxes set got an update today. All existing boxes are now available in a new revision with an improved corner design and there are four new boxes in the set. The title image shows all current boxes of this set.
The new 2×4 sized box is a simple addition to complete the different sizes.
Also, I added three regular boxes with additional walls in the box. If you have parts which belong together, this is a nice solution.
Each wall has a special shaped top side, where you can put a 12mm label.
As with any other boxes, the design is highly optimised for 3d print. I recommend a nozzle size of 0.4mm or 0.6mm with a layer height of 0.2mm or 0.35mm for the 0.6mm nozzle.
You will find all details and a free set of boxes on the project page. There is also a catalog with a visual overview of all boxes and sets.
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