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Chip Stand for Air Fryer

by destroyah321, published

Chip Stand for Air Fryer by destroyah321 Jan 13, 2018
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Summary

You cut a pop can and put the pop can squares in the slots then put potato chips in the slots you make to hold them for frying. Must use ABS plastic, I am not responsible if you melt the plastic in your fryer, don't set it above 300F. Scale to 150%, usually use more than one at a time in fryer.

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Prusa

Printer:

i3 MK2S

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.15

Infill:

20


Notes:

over extrude by 10% for stability

Post-Printing

Cut a popcan

put popcan pieces into slots

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Interesting idea here, but ABS isn't food safe, and my air fryer would melt this even on it's lowest setting if I printed from anything else.
Maybe modify this design so it's a mold for a food safe material and not actually using a plastic in the air fryer? (Maybe a ceramic mold?)

You're absolutely right. Mine turned into a gurgled mess.

This would be a cool if it was a mold to make one out of a higher temp and food safe material.
Maybe copy the design into a solid block and make a negative from it (Subtract from solid block) to get the mold pattern?

I think this would mold perfectly.

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