I made this wall-mounted organizer for small electronics, like resistors.
It consist of two pieces; the base/holder and a divider.
I made this project with 123D Design, a free download is available at http://www.123dapp.com/design.
It took me two hours or so to make and I guess it will take some hours to print depending on your settings. (I haven't tested it)
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Step 1: The Base
Step 2: The Mounts 1
Repeat this on the opposite site of the base.
These little boxes will become the mounts for the base.
Step 3: The Holes 1
The radius of the holes should be 0.5 mm.
This meant that the diameter is 1 mm and most parts won't fall through.
If you want an other size hole, keep in mind that the radius is half the diameter.
If your component is 2 mm across, the radius should be smaller than 1 mm.
Step 4: The Holes 2
Step 5: The Grove
First make a 2 mm high and 1 mm wide square.
Next make a 1 mm high and 2 mm wide square right underneath it.
The squares should be centered between the holes, as you can see in the picture.
Then, like in the previous step, use the "push pull" tool to make a cut of 25 mm.
Step 6: The Mounts 2
First make a circle with a radius of 2 mm. Place the circle in the center of the mount, but lower it about 1 mm for the second hole.
The second hole will have a radius of 0.5 mm and will be placed in the center above the first hole.
As before use the "Push Pull" tool to make a hole.
Step 7: The Devider
Next build a box on top, it should be 25 mm long, 1 mm wide and about 5 mm high, make sure it is centered.
Step 8: Finishing