Tupperware lid holder

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Tupperware lid holder by cnlson Sep 9, 2017
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My wife was looking for a lid holder for all her lids. i couldn't find one here so i decided to model my own. I iterated it 4 times so far. the Holey version is the latest, it prints the fastest, and uses the least filament.

tinker links if you want to play with the design some

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printing the half solid was nerve-wracking for my as that 2 mm x 15 mm tower does not connect until it is way way up in the air. I would probably print either the solid or holey in the future and skip the half. For the smallest lids I'd use a 2.5" gap for the largest lids I used a 3.5"
To print two you will want to use the mirror function in your slicing software to create the second side

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What would you think about just slicing off the back part that lays against the door? All it needs to be is a U shape to press against the door, right?

Yes, but you need the one inside as well as the two outside screws otherwise you are only pinning the outside edge and it might not be able to support the weight. But, feel free to try one of the tinker files if you want to try it

So the idea is to print two of them and just screw them in near each other?

Whoops I forgot that part! For the smallest lids I'd use a 2.5" gap for the largest lids I used a 3.5"

To print two you will want to use the mirror function in your slicing software to create the second side

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