2023-04-20 (Th) Precision Screwdriver Case COMPLETE

I bought an electric precision screwdriver since I deal with many tiny screws professionally and in my hobbies. I was disappointed that my purchase didn't come with any carrying case other than a cardboard box. I designed a holder that I could cut on a laser in four pieces and hold together with M3 bolts. I accomplished the spacing between layers with layered nuts. My idea had room for many more bits than came with the screwdriver, so I added another set I had floating around.
Holds so many bits

The lid sticks to the bottom through four magnets mounted at the corner, and they're attracted to nuts on the other side which turned out to be a poor idea since the magnets don't hold well enough, and I wouldn't trust it in a backpack. Fortunately, there is room in my tool chest where it shouldn't get turned on its side.
Laser-cut wooden case

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