Printable Tote

by TheNewHobbyist, published

Printable Tote by TheNewHobbyist Nov 8, 2012

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I hadn’t intended the SketchUp model I made for my previous thing “Wooden Beer Totes” to be used for 3D printing. I was using it as a way to figure out how much wood to buy at the hardware store. But once I have my hands on a 3D model it’s usually hard to keep me from attempting to print it.

I took the original reference model and updated it so it was a printable solid. I also made a few changes to accommodate the overhangs in the original model.

After scaling it to fit my Thing-o-Matic’s build platform I found that it was the perfect size to hold tiny Tabasco bottles! Now it’s adorable AND useful.


  1. Print
  2. Fill with something useful

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