With a BaoFeng on one side and a stack of pens on the other, I think this provides a good sense of scale to the Resistor Box that adorns my desktop. Because I am still new to the hobby and don't have a ton of random components, I ordered bundles of various resistors for use in a multitude of projects. They range from 1 ohm all the way up to 3 M ohm and I was finding it very frustrating to sort through one by one to find the 4.7k resistors. (for example.)
Here is the file on THINGIVERSE if you wish to print your own. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:398548 Mine are held together with super glue.
Notice the 2nd black drawer in the green box and it's raised corner. I am not sure what happened there. I printed all these boxes one at a time, one after another and did it all at the same settings. Two of the boxes did this. One green and one black, which is annoying to the eye, but unaffects the performance. I should also note that I sped up the printing process to a whopping 200% It was zipping the drawers out in under an hour. So two errors like that at 200% is PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE in my books!
You can see here that the boxes are perfectly sized for resistor bundles from China. It's almost like the guy who designed these boxes bought the exact same product I did. Which is why I chose to go with this design. I am grateful that the 3D Printing community is so giving. They want to share and have their stuff used by anyone, not worried wether people pay them for the novelty. You can also see below that the drawers are just shy of the size of a large BIC lighter. Not that I intended to put lighters in there. I just thought to use it as a size comparison.
I failed to take any photos of the printing process, but let's be honest, you kinda know what that looks like. So here is a "Crochet wand" mid-print instead. My wife is teaching a Harry Potter themed year of english and I found this while looking for wands to print for her. After having printed this I would say it's definitely for looks and not to be used. You would need to sand it alot to get it to the desired smoothness required to not catch on the yarn as you crochet.