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Wall Mounted Beverage Holder

by Timesaint, published

Wall Mounted Beverage Holder by Timesaint Apr 8, 2013

Description

Want to always remember where you put your drink? Do you have a mancave? Is your signifigant other a stickler about coasters? Are you tired of people kicking beers over at parties?

Print a handy wall-mounted beverage holder and solve your locational beverage problems! Supports both cans and bottles, yet prints without supports!

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Add a belt clip maybe?

I tried to print it 3 times with various setup but failed 3 times. When printing the top arc, there is a bit of warping. The extruder hits it and either the thing falls or the motor skips steps.
I was using a prusa i3 and abs.
Very nice design.

I tried printing this, but slicer made it 1 big cup. Going to run it through netfab and remove the errors slicer spits out and try again.

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Instructions

To mount, use two drywall screws spaced 2.5" from each other vertically. Use drywall anchors if you can't find a stud. Screw in until the head is about 1/8" from being flush to the wall. Drop holder down onto screws. If too loose on the screws, tighen screws. If it doesn't fit, loosen screws. Repeat until holder is tight against wall. Enjoy well-located beverage.

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Smoutech on Jul 28, 2013 said:

Add a belt clip maybe?

ctheroux on Jul 24, 2013 said:

I tried to print it 3 times with various setup but failed 3 times. When printing the top arc, there is a bit of warping. The extruder hits it and either the thing falls or the motor skips steps.
I was using a prusa i3 and abs.
Very nice design.

creuzerm on Apr 13, 2013 said:

I tried printing this, but slicer made it 1 big cup. Going to run it through netfab and remove the errors slicer spits out and try again.

Timesaint on Apr 8, 2013 said:

Should print in about 3hrs at .2 layer. I thought there was enough plastic on the roll for the print, turns out not so much, so it got two-toned at the top. Designed to be strong and attractive, yet save on plastic and print without supports.

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