Modular Kuerig Cup Holder

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Modular Kuerig Cup Holder by anewsome Sep 26, 2013



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The other morning I woke up to a plastic bin full of Kuerig cups on my counter. I was sick of the plastic bin so I decided to fix it. I looked on this site but I didn't find anything that would look nice on my counter next to my Kuerig.

Now, I'm pretty sure you can go to Crate & Barrel and get a Kuerig cup holder for about $3 but honestly, how fun is that. Your friends will not be impressed by a $3 Kuerig cup holder.

My cup holder is modular. Need a holder for 20 cups, no problem. 50 cups, well yes it can do that too.


Print with %0 infill or you will use a LOT of filament. Also, I realize that I could have shaved a few mm from the shaft of the cupholder, but this is what it is. If you print one larger than my 25 cup holder, take a picture and post it!

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Very cool idea, Did you use any support when you printed it?

I hate support. No support needed.

The top section of threads is a little thin.. But overall very kool

Nicely elegant design for making it modular.

Thanks! I went a little crazy with a roll of black filament I wanted to burn through. I printed it 6 layers high for a 30 cup capacity. It's pretty darn tall but looks cool with about $25 worth of Kuerig coffee cups in it.