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Paper Plate Storage Container

This paper plate holder will hold about 100 paper plates up to 8.5in wide. The slot inside of the container allows for easy grip of the top layer plate.

Print Settings

Printer brand:

Printer:

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2mm

Infill:

20%

Filament brand:

OVERTURE

Filament color:

Digital Blue

Filament material:

PLA+


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Garbage Bag Dispenser Side Wall Hang

This is a customization of an original model by JAYTEEAU. His design worked great but I didnt have a area to screw this part flat. So I made a closed end so it can be hung on the right wall. I print this at 200mm/s on my ender 3 with 10% infill. Takes about 19 hours. I use 1 1/4 inch wood screws. I was concerned about the screw head grabbing the bags. with 3 a 3 layer wall you can squish the PLA so the wood screw will be flush to the inside of the cylinder and not grab the bags. I have linked JAYTEEAU's orginal file below. Happy printing.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2757789

Print Settings

Printer brand:

Printer:

Ender 3 Pro

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.2

Infill:

10

Filament brand:

Filament color:

Black

Filament material:

PLA


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Tiny Secret Book

I started out just wanting a book model that I could print out in two colors so that the pages could be white (or gold for a Bible:) and it turned into this. Why settle for a simple book, when the book could hide something inside?

The pages slide out of the cover and slide back in with a nice snap to keep it closed. You gently pull the cover back a little to disengage the tab.

At it's default size, you can stack two SD cards inside one book. It also works well for stashing a few Tylenol or emergency candy. (SPREE!)

Tiny Bookcase is now also available to store the books.

Updated 03.01.2018: I replaced the BookPages.stl after discovering a very tiny error with the top not being perfectly level. The one available now should be good to go.

NOTES ON SCALING via Kittish
"Doesn't quite scale smoothly. Had to do some adjustments, at 2x scale the pages don't quite fit right. For the pages, I had to adjust x down one millimeter, y up one millimeter and z up by .5 millimeters for it to fit properly inside the cover without wiggling around too much or having gaps where there shouldn't be any."
See her make here: https://www.thingiverse.com/make:452750

Print Settings

Printer:

Monoprice Maker Select Ultimate

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2

Infill:

see notes

Notes:

tl:dr;
BookCover: Raft, 0% infill, no supports
BookPages: No raft, 25% infill, no supports

I had the best luck printing the book cover on a raft since the edge is fairly thin and can droop a little with the heat. I also set the infill of the cover to 0% with fine results.

The book pages block is simpler. No raft is needed, but the infill needs to be in the 20% to 30% range.


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Candy Bowl

This 3D-printable bowl is perfect for candy and other goodies. Use it to serve your guest on a movie night and also show off your favourite hobby and 3D-printing skills!

We designed the bowl specifically for testing 3D-prints with large-bore nozzles. In this image we show the result of a 1.0 mm nozzle 3D-print at 0.8 mm layer height.

Even though it is possible to print this bowl at higher speeds, we kept it down to achieve a high-gloss shiny surface. The bowl is 136 mm wide and 60 mm tall. At around 20-30 mm/s it took less than two hours to print.

The bowl has a simple and decorative shape which makes it easy to print. To get rid of the layer-change zipper-line we used vase-mode in our print settings.

To make the bowl strong and achieve optimal transparency we 3D-printed the candy bowl using taulman 3D t-glase (PETT) filament.


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Stackable Box V4

This is a remix of Gushie's http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:447213, which is a remix of 1986breeze's http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:234669, which is a remix of martinhering's http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:177814

I reinforced the front lip, and adjusted the design to increase stability when stacking. The result should be a drastic improvement to stackability and no significant increase in material usage or print time. The design is fully backwards compatible with both Gushie and 1986breeze's versions (in that they'll stack).

I also added a version with a central partition. And removable trays for smaller items, and driver bits.