In an effort to run the shortest amount of cable, I'm afraid I might have inadvertently run too many cables to the same 3-gang, 44 cubic inch box.
A Brief Overview
44 cu inch box
14/2 wire all around with a total of six lines running into this box
1 x Source Line
2 x Branches to feed other light circuits
3 x Lines to switches at this box (overhead light, mirror sconce, exhaust fan)
At its start, it didn't feel wrong, but now I'm faced with bonding six grounds and their corresponding pigtails, three hot wires with their associated pigtails, and finally, three neutrals, along with their associated pigtails, for a total of 15 (I think) individual wires in a single box.
Is this too much? Can I make this work, while keeping everything safe and to code? Before posting, I read a similar post about various ways to handle larger groups of related wires. Perhaps one of these approaches will work for me, but I don't want to go down that rabbit hole if this is just wrong.
Important Note: The vast majority of the lights are recessed LEDs at 12 watts each, so I'm nowhere near the current capacity of this 15 amp circuit.