How to Make Socket Organizer for a Toolbox

Introduction: How to Make Socket Organizer for a Toolbox

About: HI, my name is Eric. I really enjoy 3D printing with my Makerbot 2X and drafting on Inventor Pro. I have many designs and will continue to make more. I am here to meet people, get inspired, and hopefully ...

Quick video on how to make a toolbox organizer that will hold all of your sockets! It looks clean and organized. Can be done for around 10 bucks or so too!

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Step 1: Watch the Video

I really have no steps to post. The video has everything covered!

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    8 Discussions

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    Tripmine56
    Tripmine56

    4 years ago

    If video is private the post is worthless why not fix or delete?

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    Uzarski_Designs
    Uzarski_Designs

    Reply 3 years ago

    Sorry about that, fixed!

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    britewood
    britewood

    4 years ago

    mmm tried to view... but video is private

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    dough51342000
    dough51342000

    4 years ago

    how do you click on the video are you when you click on it all you see the picture of a tool box

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    tgoodrich
    tgoodrich

    5 years ago

    Pretty cool idea. The plasti dip has a high evaporative chemical in as does all spray paints unless you use the h2o or water born paint from like Walmart. Another option I thought I'd add is using a water base clear coat or a primer first then use the plasti dip if desired

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    shaikan
    shaikan

    5 years ago on Introduction

    That is a very good idea thanks for sharing.

    One thing though, you have posted a playlist above instead of the video of the socket organiser. The relevant video is at second spot in the list.

    Neat idea, you know if you don't want the video to be long because of a parts list you can always post the parts list on instructables. Given that unlike youtube there is a text section here. That way no one has to pause and it doesn't make your video all that long. Thanks for sharing!