Introduction: Cutting Blade Organizer
If each cutting blade has its own place to keep. It doesnt only becomes easy to search, locate but also avoid losing of cutting blade in mess. There are many a time , I have lost either my expensive drill bit or cutting blade made of carbite that cost me almost a fortune to buy. This cutting blade organizer solve such problems.
Step 1: Materials Needed
1) tin made chocolate container
2) card boad
3) cutting blade of different size
Step 2: CAD Planing
Box CAD planing
In this step we are going to do CAD planing of the box.
Since we have measure dimention of the box it's about
corner radius:- 10
links to file(caution:- vectors files are made using VectorEngineerdrawing an opensource tools)
Step 3: Cardboard Spacer Ideation
since we need to add space between the bottom of the tin container, so that the cutting blade can be errected. So we do idea generation of how should we design cardboard spacer. Some attribute to be noticed under this circumstances are:-
1)How much the cardboard spacer should be raised from the bottom of the tin container
2)How many holes and type of holes that need to be made to place cutting blade and its shaft in it.
Step 4: How Much the Cardboard Spacer Should Be Raised From the Bottom of the Tin Container
How much the cardboard spacer should be raised from the bottom of the tin container
In this step we need to find the length of the shaft that hold the cutting blade while used with DREMEL machine. The largest shaft that was availabe with me was of length 2 cm and had a shaft diameter of 3mm. So we need to raise the space from the bottom of the tin container for atleast 2 cm with +/- 10% up to the designer for error.
Step 5: How Many Holes and Type of Holes That Need to Be Made to Place Cutting Blade and Its Shaft in It.
How many holes and type of holes that need to be made to place cutting blade and its shaft in it.
Before we can make holes in cardboard spacer we need to define length and width of it.
From the above diagram, it is clear that length of the spacer should atleast be 7cm - 1cm = 6 cm to fit inside the box
and width should be 70mm - 9.5mm - 9.5mm - 5mm = 46mm or less
Step 6: Continue
based on previous step we were able to figure out length and width of the space which is
know we can define, where can we place holes and what types holes that need to be placed in it.
Step 7: CAD Plan for Designing Cardboard Spacers
CAD Plan for designing cardboard spacers
Step 8: Cut a Cardboard Plate As Mentioned in the Layout
You can print a sticker from any printer. stick it to the cardboard and start cutting it from the lines
Step 9: Bend the Card Board on the Inside Which Is From the Marking.
bend the card board on the inside so that it can fit inside the stainless steel box. Cut the marking using blade or knife and place the cutting blade on it. as shown above