Rotary Platter

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Rotary Platter by flurin Feb 26, 2013
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Rotary (Food) Platter.

Update Version 2:

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


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.

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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!

Interesting! Please post the parameters you used.

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

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.