Bambu Lab - Big ToolBox

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Bambu Lab Big ToolBox

- The Trusty Companion for Every Task! -

 

No additional hardware is needed aside from the printed parts.

 

M3 VERSION - LINK

 

This big and mighty toolbox is a remix of my Bambu Lab ToolBox

 

 

Now its even easier to carry and store tools, 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 enlarged design means you can bring wherever tool you need for your projects.

 

 

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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Great job. Easy print, easy assembly. I did however use a 1/8" drill bit to enlarge the holes and used M3/10 for the hinges and M3/12 for the lids and handle. Worked like a charm and feels more sturdy than using filament.
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I just added a M3 version, if it is of interest for you :) https://makerworld.com/en/models/186047#profileId-204772
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suggest drilling out holes with 1/8th bit and us M3 bolts instead of the method suggested in model instructions.
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Seems like a good build, the top lid is a little filmsy but over all i like it. My hot ends tend to like to fall down in the gap rather than sit in the slot so I have to angle them a little to make it work or stuff something under them. I am not a designer and have no idea how to do a remix, but I would love the bigger version that was just released by the original designer with the m3 screws. I just dont trust the glued filament! I do think this is a nice remix though!
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I will come with an M3 version, I just haven't had time to make it yet.
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Just uploaded the M3 version, hope that you will like it :) https://makerworld.com/en/models/186047#profileId-204772
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please update a version of this for screws!
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If you look in the description there is a link for a M3 model But here you go https://makerworld.com/en/models/186047#profileId-204772
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what plate are the big end caps on? am i missing them?
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Plate 2. There are both small and large ones on that plate
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Top Qualität, tolle Vorlage. Ich habe allerdings Schrauben und Muttern verwendet. Vielen Dank für die Vorbereitung.
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Mit M2 Schrauben hält es besser.
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