This evening I made a little holder / rack for my Wiha precision screwdrivers.
Each side is made out of 3 layers of 1/8" acrylic ( Medium Clear Acrylic). The center layer has a tab that sticks up. When the sides are bonded together using acrylic solvent, this technique allows one to create a mortise and tenon joint. I learned about this technique in a Youtube video that was posted here (it is one of the Fusion 360 tutorial videos).
The top is made of 1/4" acrylic ( Thick Clear Acrylic). It has a slot (mortise) in each side to receive the tab (tenon) from a side. The holes are sized to accommodate the Wiha precision screwdrivers. You may want to tweak the hole size(s) for your needs.
In the front and back are a strut with tabs that fit into slots in the sides. These are there to add rigidity.
I assembled the pieces and held it all together with large rubber bands while I used some acrylic solvent to bond everything together. This was my first time using acrylic solvent, so I ruined the pretty looks a bit. However, it appears to be quite strong and completely functional.
The attached zip file has my Illustrator source, SVG, PDF, and PNG files. If you try and use the SVG in Inkscape, be sure to compensate for the 1.333 ratio mismatch that happens when you import Illustrator created SVG files into Inkscape. Both PDF and SVG should work fine, without scaling issues, in the GFUI.
Wiha Holder.zip (1.1 MB)