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Cosmetic Utensils Organizer

by flurin, published

Cosmetic Utensils Organizer by flurin Jan 31, 2013

Description

A simple easy-to-print Organizer.
My wife is happy about it!

Update
Added OrgBoxB18: 18.5mm high.

Update 2
Added OrgBoxTest.

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It took me awhile to get it to fit snug but I scaled the rods X axis down 90% and brushed some acetone on them to get them to stick in the holes snug. :)

Nice colors. Ciao

Already printed, photo added.

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Instructions

1. Print 1x OrgBoxB *, 1x OrgBoxT * and 4x DeltaRods.
2. Insert the DeltaRods into the OrgBoxB (with a small hammer).
3. Insert the OrgBoxT into the DeltaRods.

*) To avoid distortions print it with a brim of 2-3 mm. The brim can be removed using scissors.

Slicer Settings:
layer height = 0.25
perimeters = 2
nozzle diameter = 0.35
filament diameter = 1.75
brim width = 3
perimeters extrusion width = 0.39 (no setting > calculated, therefore the vertical thickness is 4 lines * 0.39 = 1.56mm)

Optimizing:
Print 1x OrgBoxTest and 1x DeltaRod.
If needed change the extrusion multiplier parameter (slic3r) or scale the DeltaRods, e.g. to 95%.

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theman00011 on Feb 17, 2014 said:

It took me awhile to get it to fit snug but I scaled the rods X axis down 90% and brushed some acetone on them to get them to stick in the holes snug. :)

Beatrice1975 on Feb 3, 2013 said:

Nice idea!
I printed OrgBoxB18 and OrgBoxT in a bigger size of 130%, and four DeltaRods at 120%.
They fit perfectly in this way, just a sufficient pression, and I have a bigger container for my stuff. I'll soon post a photo.

flurin on Feb 3, 2013 said:

Thanks for your feedback Beatrice, I've added the OrdBoxTest for optimizing purpose, see instuctions.

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