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Cooking Spoon - Kitchen Series

by ajolivette, published

Cooking Spoon - Kitchen Series by ajolivette Oct 30, 2012

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I'm continuing the series of 3D things, which are designed to replace what you would buy from the store. This is the kitchen series. This is second on the list, a large flat spatula.

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Hello,

I think this is where my understanding of how other 3D printers work best fails.  My printer is a dimensions 1200 ED BST, which means it uses breakaway support, so it prints support material under the abs if you print something that has a curve like this. Then you just break it off.

In order for me to make 3D objects that work best in the other printers, I think i need to understand them better. I'm going to order one by Christmas, then I'll know better. 
I don't understand how the spoon stl is printable. How do you support it?

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This is continuing my series of things which are designed to replace things you would normally buy from the store. I'm on a mission to make 3D things everyone will want to print. For now, things that everyone needs, which will then become things everyone can't do without.

This cooking spoon is the second in the series. Designed to be printed and functional. I creaed it in two pieces, so it can fit in a build with a 10X10X12 foot print, which of course is what my printer can do, but it can be scaled of course to fit in yours too. I included a bolt and screw you can print, but you can of course use a real bolt and screw. Once the one I have printing now prints, in 6 hours, I'll know if it all works well together, and I'll post some nice pictues of that. For now, I'll include a render.

Also, I would think you can also use glue on the bolt too.. right? No reason to take it apart once it's been put together.
Hello,

I think this is where my understanding of how other 3D printers work best fails.  My printer is a dimensions 1200 ED BST, which means it uses breakaway support, so it prints support material under the abs if you print something that has a curve like this. Then you just break it off.

In order for me to make 3D objects that work best in the other printers, I think i need to understand them better. I'm going to order one by Christmas, then I'll know better. 
I don't understand how the spoon stl is printable. How do you support it?
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