The Stash Box is designed to fit in the empty octagonal supports of the Milwaukee Packout compact toolbox. They are held in place by retractable spring pins and can either be visible or hidden depending on which file you print.
There are versions for both the left and right sides of the compact toolbox. There are also versions that have no lip that can be pushed up into the supports so they are not visible. The version with the lip makes it easier to replace and remove the box and prevents it from getting stuck.
I’ve provided STL files for 80mm deep Stash Boxes for both sides and with or without a lip. If you want a different size you can download the .scad file and follow the directions here to create your own custom STL.
Printer: Prusa i3 MK3
Slicer: Cura Slicer
Material: Inland PET-G
Resolution: 0.2mm with a 0.4mm nozzle
Wall Lines/Perimeters: 3
Infill: 10% Gyroid
Notes: The 80mm Stash Boxes take about 1hour and to minutes to print.
First you need to choose which side of the compact toolbox you want to mount the Stash Box. Then you need to figure out if you want to had the Stash Box hidden or visible and choose the correct Stash Box to print.
The video below is the instructions are for mounting the Stash Box Visibly using the WIN717.10 series indexing pin, if you want to hide the Stash Box, you need to make sure you print the version with no lip and adapt the instructions for mounting the pin inside the box. You also need to note that you’ll be drilling a hole where water could seep in, be warned!
You’ll need the following:
- Milwaukee Compact Toolbox
- Stash Box
- WIN717.10 Series Index pin (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BTIFCLY)
- 3/16″ drill bit
- 1/4″ drill bit
- 1/4-20 tap
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Sorry, I thought I had fixed all the pages, I guess I missed this one.
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Awesome, thank you!