I needed to fit a lot of small tools into 42mm low profile drawers and couldn't find much that would fit, so I started this series. These are all the final versions I'm using now, but I'll add more tool compartments as I make them.
Common features include: -42mm max height of stored tools to fit in very low drawers -Tilt-access for easier grabbing: palm above the tool, poke the far end with a fingertip to pop it up into your palm -Tileable designs: storage for larger tools like full screwdrivers and nippers are tileable so you can add more storage without wasted space in between tools.
- 2x Mini Driver: 1x4 box with two rounded compartments with fingertip cutouts and tilt access pockets for easier tool removal
- 6x Tweezer Box: 1x3 box with slots for up to 6 tweezers or small, flat tools. Includes tilt access for easier tool removal.
- Tilt Box: 1x4 box for larger tools like shop knives. Includes tilt access for easier tool removal.
- Driver Tray: 1x5 tileable tray that stores 1 full size screwdriver per part plus half driver cutouts to either side, allowing for 2 more stored drivers for every extra tray part you print.
- Nipper Storage: 2x4 tileable storage for nippers, pliers, and other small such tools. Holds 3+ per print and tiles in one axis to add 4 more tools per part printed.
- Nipper Single Section: 2x1 tileable nipper/plier storage as above. Tile in single section lengths as needed.
- Nipper Ends: both 2x1 and 2x2 end sections with storage bins in the unusable sections.
- 3x Marker Box: Stores 3 small drivers, markers, or thicc pens, tilt access
- 4x Pen Box: Stores 4 small pens, tilt access
- 36x Mini Driver Bit Box: Low profile and extremely dense mini bit storage for 36 bits. Includes tilting row mechanism that helps get your fat fingers on the tiny bits by tilting neighboring rows down while raising up the row you're trying to reach. Print disassembled and assemble upside-down. Disassembly hole included in base to poke things back apart.