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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
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**** NEW AND BIGGER VERION MADE FOR M3 FASTENERS IS NOW AVAILABLE ****

 

Bambu Lab ToolBox

 

- The Trusty Companion for Every Task! -

 

No additional hardware is needed aside from the printed parts.

 

This small yet mighty toolbox is the perfect place to store all your 3d printer related tools.

 

Its compact size makes it easy to carry and store, making it an essential addition to your home, office, or workshop.

 

Featuring a sturdy handle for comfortable grip, this toolbox opens to reveal a well-organized interior with designated compartments for various tools. Whether you're a DIY enthusiast, a hobbyist, or someone who appreciates having essential tools at their fingertips, this toolbox has you covered.

The thoughtfully designed layout ensures easy access to all compartments, so you can get the job done without any hassle.

 

From minor repairs to creative projects, this small toolbox is your go-to companion. Its versatility makes it suitable for a range of tasks, and its compact design means you can take it wherever your projects lead you.

 

 

Assembly guide

 

What you need:

1 Big compartment 
2 Small compartments 
2 Lids (with or without logo) 
2 Handles
8 support arms
24 Small end caps
24 Big end caps
1 meter of filament

Super glue

 

Step 1:

Press about 2cm of filament through the small end cap and one of the support arms

 

Step 2:

Fit the small assembly into on of the holes in the big compartment

 

Step 3:

Put one of the big end caps on to the filament

 

Step 4:

Cut off the excess material

 

Step 5:

Add a dab of super glue

 

Do this 24 times and the toolbox is ready for use :)

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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
would likea bigger one came out pretty good but unfortunately for me its not very practical due to not enough room. gonna give to wife as jewlery box
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I belive that this is the biggest you can print on the A1 mini, but it could be made bigger for the the other ones 🤔 I will take it into consideration 😊
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Replying to @torben_j :
i might make a new profile for x1c tomorrow if i get ambitious. will publish it if so. if you happen to update your profile you may consider increasing the diameter of the washers just a tiny amount, basically the holes that the filament locks into, the pieces for the hinges i mean. i had to drill some of them open a little bit, it coulda been my filament though, would be hard to make one profile that suits everyone for those. another idea i had but would probably increase print time is having concealed hinges, using some type of compliant mechanism but print in place for this would be hard without supports. anyways its a great model thanks for making it ☺️
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Replying to @torben_j :
someone had a 120% profile that woulda worked great for the x1c but makerworld deleted it lol will have to get on me slicer i guess
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Thanks for the great looking toolbox blueprint. Im pretty in the world of 3D printing :) and checked the print profile. Could any1 help me how to get this: - 8 support arms When I open the blueprint, then there is a part (red marked from me, attached screenshot) which I cannot move between build plates and I cannot what this could be after its printed. Could you help me to understand what this part is for? (maybe the support arms?)
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That is the primetower for the 2 color print. You cant move it, as this is for the part you are about to print
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Replying to @torben_j :
Alright, I get it - thanks! In addition, what about my second question "8 support arms" how to get these parts?
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Replying to @justFo0 :
They are on the 3. plate (green with the handles)
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A nice toolbox for maintenance at your fingertips! Nice idea!! Thx! I made a little remix using M3 screws, and creating some tool holder inserts. If you want to take a closer look: https://makerworld.com/en/models/169835
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Nice idea with the inserts 😊 looks great
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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
Me encanta, funciona genial 👍😁😎
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So Nice 😃
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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
printed well, use thicker walls if you’re printing it as our hinges broke. still very useful and still a nice print.
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If you have a problem with the hinges being stable on this model, you might want to consider the newer and bigger model or the M3 Fastener model, as I have improved the strength on them 😊
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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
So far so good, just got to assemble it and I’ll have a great little storage container. I’m new at this and it took a little messing around until I figured how to just print one part when it came to the last top container.
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Looks great 💪🏼 Please share the result when assembled 😊
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Handy. Fiddly assembly process.
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This was one of my first prints, but I finally got around to assembling it. went together pretty easily, but I had to ream out the holes on the small end caps and support arms. Thanks for the design.
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Amazing, I love it!
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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
Other Issues:very finicky to put together and tabs break off lids easily but otherwise very nice
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The bigger version has improved taps on the lid
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going to give it a try😎
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