Small Hardware Organization - 3D Printed Containers

Something that I struggle with in my workspace(s) is managing all of my small hardware. In this video I tackle that problem by 3D printing some custom boxes which are color coded and labeled to make retrieval easier. In my case, these small hardware parts are used primarily for my 3D printing projects but this same concept can apply to a number of hobbies/part types such as:


- Electronics

- Sewing

- LEGO

- Model Making



If you have a 3D printer, you can find the box STL files here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3822217


Key Takeaways


- Taking the time to thoughtfully organize your space pays of BIG TIME down the road


- Don't be afraid to think outside the box (get it?). This may not be the most obvious solution but the difference between what I had before versus now is huge.


- 3D printing offers a huge amount of flexibility. You can print any size, shape, or color box - at any quantity. If you are using off-the-shelf boxes you often need to purchase a minimum amount at a prescribed color/size.


Products featured in the video (affiliate links help sponsor the channel):


Label Maker - https://amzn.to/2KKbRRm



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