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I'm getting into electronics/arduino in general, and just bought a whole stack of parts off a store online, and now want somewhere to store them.

Tonight, I bought a small shelf maybe 30-40CM's wide, and 10CM's thick, with 5 rows and 5 columns of plastic shelves to store resistors, diodes, speakers, and general doodads. When my parts arrive, going to have a fieldday marking every section.  ;D

Just wondering if anyone has any handy hints and tips about good electronic boxes/minishelves for the hobbyist that is handy to store on desk/bookshelf?

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I like the RAACO boxes. Not cheap though.

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