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I had some problems printing the Iris Door Box work with those tiny potrusions of plastic acting as guides (they just kept breaking), so I made a derivative with holes and M3 screws and bolts that uses the bottom of the hole as the guide.
Only the box is modified, not the leaves nor the ring. Indeed the box looks just the same from the outside (except the bottom that has extra holes and extra screws :p)
Thank you, countspatula, for making such an awesome yet simple box, I've always wanted to have one!
All the credit to countspatula!
You will need the 3 STL objects in this thing (I only made the modified version of the small short iris door box) and 5 conical head 10mm M3 screws (or some like those, I used some old computer screws), and 5 M3 20mm screws with 5 M3 nuts that should be put inside the holes.
If the M3 nuts do not fit by pressing, use a soldering iron to press them, but be sure not to touch them afterwards, I've been burnt to many times by doing that (I'm reckless lol).
Iris Door Box v2 by gwc is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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