Paper Towel Holder
by Professor-3D, published
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AT my day job - there is a Small kitchenette - and this Paper Towel is always on the counter in front of the things you want to get at (like the microwave). And I found that particularly annoying. And, since the co. would not cough up the expense to buy a paper towel holder - I figured this would be the FIRST thing that I would make with my Bot. And, as such - its the one product design of mine that is actually IN USE!
Its been in use (as shown in the picture) for a couple months now. Although - the 1st version - I sold it to one of my coworkers - as that one was a little nicer with a red logo on it - as printed on the Bot. So - this one in the picture was the replacement.
The only caveat is that it does not work for ALL shelves - as it was designed to work on the shelf at my job - to clip under it. There is a Little leaway - as I wanted it to grip. The other deal - is if you print it and it Does work for you - the design flaw is it doesn't always grip quite enough. I need to add a little rubber onto the inside of it - and that would probably do the trick!
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