by swtchrwr, published
This thing won 3rd place in the Thingiverse / GE Firstbuild
This is my entry in GE Firstbuild's 'Countertop Challenge'
The ‘micro-BLOCK’ is a tribute to the micro-KITCHEN and offers an organized, compact, and aesthetic way to keep your most important cooking and baking instruments easily accessible right on the countertop. Its great for kitchens that may not have a lot of drawer space and awesome for connected kitchens of the future. The micro-BLOCK’s best forward-thinking feature is an embedded touchscreen device which is meant to serve as your connected kitchen’s control panel and an access point for Green-Bean enhanced appliances. You could also use the display to stream how-to cooking video’s, or any other functionality a killer kitchen app might provide. The micro-BLOCK also has a convenient ledge to hold your tablet up off the messy countertop at the perfect recipe-reading angle.
The micro-BLOCK provides storage for all these common cooking and baking instruments. Not everyone's tools are the same but the micro-BLOCK is designed with enough flexibility to accommodate most common sizes and form factors .
8” Carving Knife
Set of 4 Steak Knives
Measuring Cups (1, 3/4, 1/3, 1/2, 1/4)
Measuring Spoons (1Tbl, 1Tsp, 1/2Tbl, 1/2 Tsp, 1/4 Tbl)
Digital Cooking Timer
Bottle Opener / Cork Screw
2 Packs of Matches
7% Fill, 2 Shells, Medium Layer Height
7% Fill, 3 Shells, Medium Layer Height
20% Fill, 2 Shells Medium Layer Height
The clearance fits of pins and feet should be tight, tap with a hammer if needed, no glue required but wouldn't hurt either.
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