These dividers allow you to partition the small bulk storage containers from both Dewalt and Craftsman. These containers fit into the dovetails of ToughCase and Craftsman accessory cases.
Even though the shapes of the cases are slightly different, the dividers are designed to fit in either the Dewalt or Craftsman containers.
I’ve provided the original openSCAD file that you can use to Customize the number and position of the dividers. I’ve also provided three different STL files: one center divider, two dividers (to make 3 compartments) and an offset divider.
Printer: Prusa i3 MK3
Slicer: Cura Slicer
Material: Inland PET-G
Resolution: 0.2mm with a 0.4mm nozzle
Wall Lines/Perimeters: 2
Infill: 10% Gyroid
Notes: If you are using Cura, set your line width to 0.39mm. It’ll cut the print time by 40%. I’m seeing a print time of about 30 minutes.
The divider should drop directly into an empty Dewalt or Craftsman container. If you want to customize the number and location of the dividers, you can open the *.scad file in openSCAD and run the Customizer window. Here are some general instructions on how to use the Customizer in openSCAD.
Under the “Edit me!” tab there are two sliders that allow you to position the dividers. If you only want a single divider, set the two dividers to be in the same location.
You can also change the bottom thickness of the divider insert and the wall thickness of the dividers.
Under the “Advanced” tab you can change the fit of the base and dividers. you shouldn’t have to do this, but if you are having problems getting your prints to fit it might come in handy.