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Thing3 by Zomboe May 5, 2010

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This thing can probably be used as a toothbrush holder. The four holes might be a little small for some toothbrushes, but you could use the larger center hole. Or try the included large version.

It also makes a decent base for Thing2. If you flip it upside-down, it can be a cool looking base/support for something, like a glass of water.

Small   60.0mm diameter x 79.3mm tall
Regular 75.0mm diameter x 99.1mm tall
Large   90.0mm diameter x 119.0mm tall

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just a warning. using the heated build platform both the regular and big hit the bolts holding the aluminum on.

Thanks for the warning! I added dimensions for the three sizes.

I am not familiar with the Makerbot build platform dimensions; was this hitting in the x-y plane? What is the maximum usable area when using the heated bed?

Are those pictures of this coming from a 3D printer? What'd you use to print it??

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This was printed with a RapMan 3.0 using natural PLA.