I recently relocated to San Francisco for a 2 month stint as an Artist-in-Residence at Instructables HQ. I carved out a work space in a corner by the entrance, nestled in test servers, ethernet switch-gear and Randy
's ever spreading pile of electronics components. After securing a corner to work and a very nice HP Z600 desktop PC to play on this left me with one problem, MY
clutter. An expanding sea of small hand tools, stationary and small project parts left me with just one single problem. I had no desk tidy...
With a mix of frustration at my decreasing work space from the spread of tools and envy at the success of colleagues with some of the 123D Make tools, I decided to throw together a quick pencil pot in my preferred CAD software, Alibre Design
, and then slice and dice it with a preview version of Autodesk's 123D Make
to make it ready to slot together after laser cutting.