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Wonton Waste-bin

by areeve20, published

Wonton Waste-bin by areeve20 Jan 28, 2013

Description

This is a waste-bin lid for your old take-out soup containers. I frequently use them as little desktop trash for post-its and support material.

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Very nice approx. what size cup would fit this? thanks.:)

What settings did you use to print this? I printed one on my Afinia and had to scale up the pins 10% so that they were big enough to work. But maybe your print settings were different.

I'm don't really know how to rotate the files... Is there any way that you could re-upload the STLs that are right side up? I would really appreciate it

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Instructions

Print the bottom, the lid, and 2 pins.

Enjoy.

P.S. - works, but I am going to make some tweaks in the near future hence the "work in progress"

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Bluesmurf on Sep 22, 2013 said:

Very nice approx. what size cup would fit this? thanks.:)

mooslug on Apr 5, 2013 said:

What settings did you use to print this? I printed one on my Afinia and had to scale up the pins 10% so that they were big enough to work. But maybe your print settings were different.

cordawg92 on Mar 24, 2013 said:

What did you print this on? And how did you get it to print with the STL files positioned sideways?

areeve20 on Mar 25, 2013 said:

I printed on my Afinia H-Series with ABS. I have been meaning to re-print because at the time I was using a filament with a slightly different melting point and I think my nozzle was too hot.
I don't know why the file images are rotated, thats not how I made them. I printed all the pieces in the orientation they would be used. If they come into your printing program on their sides (as pictured) it should be simple enough to just rotate them 90degrees on the appropriate axis.

ComradeQuiche on Jan 28, 2013 said:

Amazing.

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