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    Ok, You can't show us this fabulous custom storage and not give us dimensions and specs on how to build it. I love it though.

    the small drawers are...
    2.5" wide, 5.5" deep, 2.25" high
    the larger drawers have the same depth and height, but their width is 7" instead of 2.5".
    The spacing between the drawers could be whatever you want, but I chose half inch spacing for the small drawers, and three-quarter inch spacing for the large drawers.
    The frame of the organizer is also three-quarter inch.
    The overall size of the organizer is 16.5" wide 16" tall, and 5.5" deep.

    I hope this helps!

    great job. but, aren't your drawers a little too thick for some Fly-weight transistors or such?

    For a 15 year old, you sure have a lot of usable junk.


    i wish i was able to keep all my junk. like twice a year, my mom makes me clean it out. i normally just shove it in my closet, but then i can't find it!!

    heh heh. lol. nice.

    a minor in art may suit you- but art tends to be a real time suck!! I was once told by a physics major that art students never have party time so he went to science.
    Perhaps something computer design related? Best of luck!!

    I love this!! you've a fantastic eye for design detail- as an (artist...shhhh) I have tiny bits and pieces ad nauseum this kind of organisation would be dreamy- amazing.


    You're welcome. I don't come up with too many good ideas but I think this was one of them. Specialty jewel cases can set one back a pretty penny, but converting a common commodity item to a different task can be worthwhile. And who doesn't have a pile of these old CD jewel cases laying around with CDs in them from 10 years ago they'll never use again? Those old discs seem to keep just fine to me in homemade paper envelopes made out of plain 8.5x11 paper, if I don't just stack them all together.

    BTW I used air conditioner filter foam (costs maybe a dollar at a big box store) as my foam but if static is an issue I bet the foam that some motherboards come with would work too. Soft foam that compresses easily seems to be best for this application.