Open Cabinet


ince your things aren’t generic, your storage shouldn’t be either. The Open Cabinet is subdivided into a scaled array of cells that transform the storage of things into a curated display. As more of our possessions are stored digitally, the few things we still collect need proper accommodation. The unit shown here has compartments that accommodate a roll of trace, your favorite LPs, and everything in between. If your prized possessions require more specific accommodations, we will soon be able to customize a cabinet accordingly. The Open Cabinet arrives soon on Open Desk.


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he Open Cabinet download file includes toolpaths for a 55″h x 39″w x 15½”d (1400 x 990 x 395) storage unit with 16 graduated compartments. The Cabinet requires two 4’x8’x¾” sheets and one ½” sheet for the interlocking dividers. Several Cabinet parts require ⅜” deep pocketed cuts to accommodate the internal dividers. If using countersunk fasteners, flip-milling is required. The Open Cabinet is easily assembled and requires 24 screws or pegs, and can be customized with 3D printed feet and pegs found at AtFAB’s Thingiverse page. Download files are coming soon to Open Desk.


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  • Width: 60″ (1500)
  • Depth: 15″ (450)
  • Height: 60″ (1500)
Material Requirements
  • 2 4’x8’x¾” Sheets of Material
  • 1 4’x8’x½” Sheet of Material
  • 24 Fasteners
  • Optional Foot & Peg Kit
Shipping Information
  • Approximate Weight: 75lbs
  • Shipping Dimensions: 55″x38″x6″
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Download Information
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