LinkedBin Project - PIP Modular Drawers For All

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LinkedBin Project - PIP Modular Drawers For All

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ALL DRAWERS EASY PRINT 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
ALL DRAWERS EASY PRINT 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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A1 MINI 2 COLOR 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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ALL DIVIDERS EASY PRINT 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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NO SUPPORTS & PRINTS EACH UNIT FULLY ASSEMBLED!

THESE ARE MEANT TO SERVE AS AN EXTENSION TO MY LINKEDBIN PROJECT.

DRAWERS MUST BE THE SAME LENGTH TO MAINTAIN COMPATIBILITY.

 

UPDATED NOW WITH ADD IN DRAWER DIVIDERS (SEE PRINT PROFILES)

 

Finally a good simple print in place solution to some desktop drawers. drawers are large enough to fit pretty much all of your 3d printing tools like flush cutters/ deburring tools/ scrapers/ etc.

 

If you are like me then you have drawers but throwing these tiny tools into these massive drawers leads to losing everything, this is my solution to my own headaches and hopefully yours also.

 

These desktop drawers are meant to have a small enough footprint to not impede your space but be large enough to be useful. These use a low material cost dovetail joint to form a user friendly stackable masterpiece of your own creation right on your desk or workshop.

 

IF YOU PRINTED THE ORIGINAL LINKEDBIN AND WANT TO ADD ONTO THEM WITH THESE.

the original LinkedBin was the 196MM version, the model version in this file has been updated to allow for more reliability when printing and it will still work with the older version.

 

TO LOCK TOGETHER

Simply just push the stubs that are toward the front of your drawer into the slots then push forward while lining up the stubs in on the back end

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ALL DRAWERS EASY PRINT 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
love it! printed 4 and am probably not finished.
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love the idea of swapping the drawers to different housings to get the border effect like you have here, looks amazing well done!
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Replying to @VanillaWafer :
Yeah, I liked the look of the mix and match. again, great work. thanks so much!
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Replying to @dropper :
Not a problem thank you for the kind words!
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Loved the original (3 printed already!) And will print more overnight, any chance of a design addition for a dual/quad divider?
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That’s awesome you’re getting a collection together I love it! I considered making them with dividers but because of the PIP design I would either be limited to angled walls for dividers (basically take the front of the drawer how it angles toward the face but imagine it as dividers going down the drawer) or I would be limited to a single wall going right down the middle from back to front which I was thinking would make the drawers too narrow on the inside, well other than the 2:1 wide variant that one would do just fine. what do you think? if you want it ill definitely see what I can mock up!
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Replying to @VanillaWafer :
Honestly just being able to cut it half - even if it ends up being a seperate add in after print would be fantastic
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3 so far!
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Thank you for the design. I did uploaded my print profile for this design of yours. I change the layer height and also the Initial layer height to 0.28mm and it cuts the print time to 1-2 hours.
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You're welcome and thanks for posting your prints! They look great in your setup
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These are really awesome, perfect for the little things that accumulate in life. Printed in generic gray and white PLA. Absolutely no issues!
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Thanks so much for sharing I’m glad you like them! your drawers look incredible I’ve been waiting to see a XL setup like this posted.
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Wow this thing is awesome. Thank you! But wait and I'm on my way to find out if this is answered on the website, but do I remove the bottom part that's a bit flimsy? EDIT: Derp. The flimsy part was the raft the slicer added. Haha.
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I’m glad you like it thanks for the 5 stars!
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Printed beautifully👌
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Could I get raw files, SLDPRT or F3D. Whatever really, I wanna make the WIDE 245mm, which is currently around 70mm tall on the X axis, and make it 240mm tall, and I think scaling it is not the way to go. Thank you for making these and I'd really appreciate the help!
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you’re welcome and im going to be away for a couple days but let me do one better for you, let me make a double and a triple tall version so that way it’s compatible with the rest of the set incase anyone else wants to make it. I don’t have the dimensions handy at the moment but those should be possible with the build volume we have. also I believe Bambu studio has an option if you right click a model in the slicer to export it as an STL - I know orca slicer does have that option. If that doesn’t work for the model file let me know and I’ll add them to this page as soon as I can!
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Replying to @VanillaWafer :
Wow that sounds amazing, I'm gonna put them in the workshop I have with my buddy and since filament is pretty cheap for me, I'll be printing 6 or 8 of the triple ones which should fit perfectly measurement wise.
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Replying to @zan.bacak :
that’s awesome I’d love to see it when they are done! I get most of my time to play with my own designs on the weekend so likely I’ll have the design finalized around sunday but I’ll post up a message on here with a link when they are ready.
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I printed 5 of them, still printing more. Thanks a lot, I love them. Printed XXL version.
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That’s way too cool thank you for sharing it’s great seeing stuff like this. I’m glad you like it and if there’s anything else I can do to make it better please let me know!
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maybe a smaller version? some "multispace" drawers? they would be perfect to store, bolts, nuts, screws I forgot to mention that the "print in place" of the drawers is something I really really appreciated
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Replying to @VeRoNuMb :
those look sick! and I can definitely make that happen, I’m thinking maybe print them in 3x1 stackable units? or maybe just make them in 3x3 blocks where all the drawers would be print in place. may or may not make it modular - let me know whatcha think
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I'm onto my 10th drawer and have at least 5 more on the way. Have you considered a parametric version of these? I have some stuff that would love a taller drawer. I may try scaling one just to see what happens. Awesome job!
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that’s insane I’m glad you like the design so much and no I didn’t even consider making them parametric I would have to look into what all would have to be done to accomplish that as I don’t think I’ve ever done that before. I’m sure it’s not too difficult to make it happen but on the other hand I do have a unreleased XL Wide & tall drawer - I didn’t bother releasing it because IMO it’s a little silly it takes like 1200+grams of filament if I remember right and it’s big enough to house 3 smaller spools all sitting on the side. the bambu spools are a little too big for it and if I increase the size it breaks compatibility with the rest of the set. would this be something you would want?
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These wellmade organizational shelves are a grade a example of what is usefull being able to have a home for an item is important to us tinkerers
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Thank you for the kind words, I’m happy you enjoy them!
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