Customizable Round Containers

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Customizable Round Containers by walter Jan 26, 2013
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Rounded containers with a lid. Use the customizer to create a the lid and base objects. Sample 36mm containers generated with a 0.3mm gap are attached.


See attached diagram for customizable parameters. For the lid and container to match, the outside diameter and wall thickness must be the same. Use the lid gap to adjust how tightly the lid fits.

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Having great success printing these at 0.15mm with a 0.1 lid gap. What is the the wall thickness used in the example 36x20xr6 container?

I just couldn't figure out how to make the lip taller!(It keeps falling off) Tried 4 or 5 times and gave up. Downloaded the scad file and bingo...you have it hidden in the run() module! Why not make it available in the customizer?

I didn't think anyone would need to adjust it and wanted to minimize the number of parameters. Clearly I was wrong, so I exposed the "lip height" parameter so you can now configure it with the customizer. Thanks for the suggestion!