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Rotary Platter

by flurin, published

Rotary Platter by flurin Feb 26, 2013

Description

Rotary (Food) Platter.

Update Version 2:

  • Added holes.
  • Larger RotaryPlatterTop.
  • Larger RotaryPlatterFoot.

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Interesting! Please post the parameters you used.
Yes!

I had a very similar idea last night and printed parts that utilized the Gear Bearing to make a swivel for my television. It was a bit wobbly. So I think I will take emmett's advice and just re-make a gear bearing that is thinner, wider, and more planets.

Great work!
Thanks! Your Gear Bearing arrived just in time :-) . I was designing a Thrust Bearing for this porpose. I printed the Gear Bearing with a tolerance of .25 and indeed it's wobbly. I'll try with a smaller tolerance or with other parameters.

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Instructions

You additionally need: 3x Alu-Tubes dia 10mm, 100 mm long. 1x Screw M3 x 25mm. 1x M3 Nut 1x Washer dia 3mm.

  1. Print 1x http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:53451.
  2. Print 1x RotaryPlatterBottom.
  3. Print 1x RotaryPlatterTop.
  4. Print 3x RotaryPlatterFoot.
  5. Insert the Alu-Tubes into the RotaryPlatterBottom.
  6. Put the Feed over the Alu-Tubes.
  7. Insert the GearBearing into the RotaryPlatterBottom.
  8. Insert the RotaryPlatterTop into the GearBearing.
  9. Fix the Platter either with screws (wood or similar) or with a tape (glass, ceramic etc.).

Enjoy your meal!

Update Version 2: Use the M3 x 25mm Screw, the M3 Nut and the Washer to fix the RotaryPlatterTop with the GearBearing.

<p>Yes!</p>

<p>I had a very similar idea last night and printed parts that utilized the Gear Bearing to make a swivel for my television. It was a bit wobbly. So I think I will take emmett's advice and just re-make a gear bearing that is thinner, wider, and more planets.</p>

<p>Great work!</p>

<p>Interesting! Please post the parameters you used.</p>

<p>Awesome, and if this is too wobbly, you can always make one with a larger bearing with more planets.</p>

<p>Thanks! Your Gear Bearing arrived just in time :-) . I was designing a Thrust Bearing for this porpose. I printed the Gear Bearing with a tolerance of .25 and indeed it's wobbly. I'll try with a smaller tolerance or with other parameters.</p>

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