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As a hobbyist, i have a lot of electronic parts to build my circuits and I always have trouble finding what I need because my parts are mixed. So, I thought of making a parts organizer that is nice, transparent, of course portable and cheap as well. It's easy and quick.

Step 1: Its Materials!

Portable Transparent Case - you can buy of this from ebay. I bought mine from supercheap auto for 4.50 dollars.

I already have these items 2 years ago which i barely used. I bought these for 25 dollars from Big W store and it was 50% on sale that time.

Dymo Tag Printer

Dymo Label paper

Step 2: Build It!

Make sure you make list of all your electronics parts. Categorize them according to types, values (e.g.ohms,uFarad). Print the name or value of the parts, whichever you are comfortable with.

Step 3: Build It!

The label paper is sticker type, so you can just paste it on the cover or area where you want to part to be placed of.

Step 4: Its Finish!

Now, it's a lot easier for me to find the component i need because they are organized.

<p>Nice work! This organizer looks very useful!</p>
<p>thank you.</p>
Could you post a link to the organizer on EBay? Thanks.
<p>this is from another seller on ebay for 14 dollars. the one i bought was sold out. <a href="http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/12-5-HARD-PLASTIC-STORAGE-ORGANISER-15-COMPARTMENTS-TOOL-BOX-BIN-CASE-CONTAINER-/121514571268?pt=AU_Tool_Parts_Accessories&hash=item1c4ad53604" rel="nofollow">http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/12-5-HARD-PLASTIC-STORA...</a></p>

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