« on: June 05, 2014, 05:23:13 AM »
Humble advice from my side:
Less is more. Be carefull with solvents, glues and softeners found a plenty in any kind divider seperator etc..
Kitchentool deviders are tested for not hurting metal, Building material is teswted to withstand chemicals but not tested for how it behaves next to micro electronics etc...
The rubber armor of your lenses is usualy a week point. covering them with a non tested foam pipe might make the different softeners and other agents react with each other.
Static would be my next worry. Cleaning a lens, rubbing at a filther, placing the lens afterwrds at a nice isolating piece of rubber.... be careful when touching the contacts of the lens.
There are plenty of diy suggestions on the web for cabinets aiming at collectors of model trains. They have the same challenge like you: metal, rubber , electronics and everything fragile. Maybe you can find a few tricks there.