Tube Keys

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Tube Keys by vector Apr 25, 2012
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To squeeze the rest of your cream, paste, paint etc. from the tube.


Hello everybody,

I decided to make the tube key more fancy.

I included two sizes since the small one is only good for paint or narrow tooth paste tube. The slot size is 60mm. The big one can be used for hand cream an other large tubes because the size of the slot is 78mm.


  • Created another design - small heart tube key.
  • Created another design - small pumpkin tube key.
  • Created small and big bird tube key.

Please, let me know how the design worked for you.


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I wish you would make a set with a bit wider slot! My tooth paste needs a 2-3/8 inch slot and yours are 2 inch. I printed all of them on a build plate just to find this out. What next? :) i'll just give them away. Thanks.

Impressive print quality! What size nozzle are you using? Care to share your print configuration? Do you use Slic3r, Skeinforge, or something else?


awesome - thanks for this; it pushed me to make a skull-topped derivative to test out my printer repair + SketchUp workflow. thanks again

Good job! ;)