Spam-Saver Lid

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Spam-Saver Lid by benheck Sep 13, 2012
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The Spam-Saver Lid snaps over an open can of Spam and keeps it fresh. Plus you can slice the Spam with the angled edge.


I printed my lid out of ABS with 10% fill and 1 shell to give it a bit of flexibilty.

If you're using a heated platform a raft will help you remove the item when done.

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This great but do you know how to make a spam slicer? kinda looks like a bread slicer? if so can you post thanks.

I love SPAM!!!  Fried 'till the outer is crisp, of course.  SPAM sandwiches.  SPAM cubes in Mac & Cheese. SPAM as a breakfast meat.  Etc, etc, etc...

Unfortunately, I'm the only one in the house that does, so half a can is often wasted.  


Thanks RichRap! I print a good deal of 3D stuff but it's usually custom parts for my projects, not always "plug and play" things people can use.

Nice one Ben! we need more things from you - Cucumber saver anyone?

I must be thick, I never though of using the can as a slicing guide to get consistent slices. I always removed it entirely first, this will save the plastic wrap. Thanks.