Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games

Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
I modified a standard Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
There are similar products online, but they're very bulky and don't have the game density that this has. This is a great way for us to get to our games at the house by only grabbing one case.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
I found some adhesive foam sheets at Walmart for about $5. That's the extent of the money I spent on this.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
This is what I used to complete everything.
- Shipping Tape
- Scotch Tape
- Scissors
- Exacto-Kinfe
- Piece of wood and cloth
- Credit card size piece of plastic
- Adhesive foam sheets
- Printouts of stencil and case artwork

It should be noted the empty game case can be purchased from Nintendo (they're cheap)
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
After some trial and error, I had the right size stencil to hold the carts just right.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
To protect the integrity of the case's outer plastic (that covers the art work) I wrapped a piece of wood with some cloth.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
I cut the tabs with the padded piece of wood sandwiched between the outside plastic liner and the case.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Here it is with all pieces cut out
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
I used a blank ID badge and cut out some "filler" pieces for the purpose of adding structural rigidity to the case.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Here are the pieces taped in place with shipping tape.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Time to work on foam. The gauge of foam is just the right size if you use 2 sheets per side. I have black on the outside with a color in the inside.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
I cut squares in each of the stencil cut outs to help tape it to the foam and keep it in place. This is the tedious part of the project.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
One side almost done! Took me a little over an hour though.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Blue side is cut to size and fitted with game carts to ensure everything works as expected.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Red side is done, now time to assemble everything together
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Other than a small mishap on the top left of the red side, everything came out really well!
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Closeup of the carts in the case
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
This just makes me want go out an get 10 more games.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Front of box
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Back of Box
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
PNG of the art I created. I downloaded the template from https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSwitchBoxArt/comments/8e73bv/nintendo_switch_cover_template_psd_file/

This should print to the correct size at 300dpi
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
The stencil I created. Also should print to the correct size at 300dpi.
Modify your Nintendo Switch game case to hold up to 24 games
Things to note:

- Mind your work surfaces. The outer plastic of the case can scratch and scuff easily.
- Some foam sheets are thicker than others. The thinner the better, other wise the case could bulge.
- When cutting with the exacto-knife, cut in long single strokes. Multiple cuts will cause "split ends" and frays.
- Definitely make practice cuts. The tolerance is tight, probably 1mm between a cart falling out, or it being too snug. I did about 10 or so before I perfected my technique.