All the STL’s are prototypes subject to change. Please try using the print settings I have listed below first as they are what I used to get the part to mate properly. If you want to experiment later after you have successfully mating parts please feel free.
Please try printing the test grid first. The full grid takes over 4 hours. You don’t want to waste that time and find out the pegs aren’t going to fit.
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Printer: Prusa i3 MK3
Material: Inland PET-G
Resolution: 0.3 mm with a 0.4mm nozzle
Wall Lines/Perimeters: 2
Infill: Minimum 20% Gyroid.
Notes: Supports everywhere for the pegs. I also changed the solid layers to 3 top and 3 bottom to speed up printing the grid.
Compact Packout Grid
This only works in the compact (half-width) organizers — both regular and low profile.
Also JakeofAll discovered that you can print these upside down (actually right side up) with no supports — at least on the Prusa MK3. I’d try it out on the test grid first. The advantage of printing it upside down is that the pegs fit a little tighter, but I have another solution that you can test soon.