Toothbrush Throne

by markab, published

Toothbrush Throne by markab Feb 20, 2013
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A holder for Oral B electric toothbrush heads.


Should print fine with a 0.2mm layer height and 25% infill.

Just noticed that there are different shaped heads that do not fit this holder so I will have to update.

V2 makes a change so more types of Oral B toothbrush heads fit.

V3 is a 4 slot holder by default however the V3 OpenSCAD file allows easier configuration of holder numbers.

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Very nice,
I would like to do a 4 site version with small changes (initial letter for the owner and holes for screw it on the wall), is possible to have a step file I can import?
Thanks in advance

hello the scad file is in the downloads. Thanks

Can you make one with 5 places?

Should be a 5 version up now.

Wasn't sure if I should print it vertically as it's configured or rotate it flat to print. Cura suggested there would be more overhangs if I was to lie it flat so I printed it vertically instead.

I normally print it flat on it's back with a big desk fan cooling and a fairly slow print speed, however I think upright should print fine as well :)