If you like to build electronics projects, you know it is very important to have your electronics components organized. In this article, we show you some of the Best Storage Organizers For Electronic Components and Parts. We’ll take a look at some cabinet organizers and plastic cases, so that you always find the right components in no time.
A cabinet organizer is essential in your electronics lab, so that you have all your components organized.
Akro-Mils 10164 64 Drawer Plastic Parts Storage Cabinet, (20-Inch x 16-Inch x 6.5-Inch)
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This cabinet organizer with 64 drawers is just great. The plastic is good quality, and the drawers slide in and out easily without getting stuck. You can put it on your workbench or it can be wall mounted with keyhole slots. This cabinet also comes with dividers to create several sections on the same drawer.
There are similar cabinets from the same supplier but with a different drawer arrangement.
If you want a sturdy cabinet organizer with a steel frame, this is perfect. It comes with 16 drawers that don’t slip over when you open them due to a rear stop tab. The drawers have a transparent window and a label holder for easy identification of its content. This cabinet comes with labels and two dividers for each drawer.
You can also find this cabinet with drawers with a smaller size.
This is a very sturdy plastic cabinet with 12 drawers. The drawers come with divisions, which makes a total of 24 compartments to store all your tiny parts. The transparent drawers make it easy to identify its content. The best part is that the supplier offers lifetime guarantee.
Plastic cases with divisions are very handy to store your electronics components. We have a couple of them. For example, we have a plastic case with several divisions to store different kinds of switches, other just for transistors, another one for for pushbuttons, etc..
These plastic cases are really handy to store your electronics components. These are available in different sizes, and the compartments are removable, which makes them very versatile.
This is a pack of 20 mini plastic cases with a special design that attach to each other. You can build a big plastic case by joining several mini cases. These compartments are aimed to very small items like SMD components, small screws, nuts, etc.
This case with 96 compartments offers you a lot of space for small electronics components (SMD components). It comes with divisions with three different sizes:
- 12 large size divisions: 0.78” x 1.37” x 0.78” (18mm x 35mm x 20mm)
- 12 medium size divisions: 1.65” x 1.37” x 0.78” (41mm x 35mm x 20mm)
- 72 small size divisions: 0.72” x 0.657” x 0.4” (18.3mm x 16.7mm x 10.2mm)
Together with the case, you’ll receive two sheets of labels to label all your compartments.
Finally, you may also find some of the next storage plastic cases useful – they are also very cheap.
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In this article we’ve shown you the best storage organizers for electronic components and parts. These were just some ideas on how you can organize your stuff in your electronics lab (garage or workbench). You can combine different cabinets with different sizes and different drawers to best suit your needs. Having some plastic cases is also very handy.
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