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Sine Wave Spoon Holder

by makinit, published

Sine Wave Spoon Holder by makinit Apr 24, 2012

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This is a spoon holder to help keep dirty stir spoons off the counter while cooking. My mother use to have a small plate on the counter for this purpose. I wanted something with a little more nerd. Enter the Sine Wave.

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Note: On a thingomatic, if you use a raft, the raft will be slightly off the belt if printed at full size. Mine turned out fine doing it.

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Thanks very much makinit for creating, sharing, and bringing the nerd! Made one for our kitchen today.

Sorry about loading the wrong file. I have loaded the stl now.

+1 for STL request.

STL is a better option than editing GCODE for one to comply with the suggestion of omission of raft :).

Well for my prusa using printrun this is not an option. Otherwise I would have posted an "I Made One". Sadly, I cannot since the gcode is incompatible :(

Could you upload an STL file? The gcode isn't terribly useful.

Is there a source file? I would like to generate my own geode so I can choose parameters such as layer height and no raft.

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