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Pop up square basket

by JMP, published

Pop up square basket by JMP Apr 8, 2018

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Summary

This is the pop out basket I initially displayed at #mrrf18. The basket can lay flat and appear as a trivet or you can lift up and rotate the handle where it pops out into a 5 section basket.

Print Settings

Printer:

Raise 3D N2+

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

No

Resolution:

.25mm

Infill:

15%


Notes:

Print the test model to see if the pop up mechanism works well, if too stiff lower your flow rate and if too loose increase your flow rate. Print the top part on a raft to avoid the cuts getting fused together. The top get glued to the base, be sure to only glue the pegs and the area close to the peg so that the basket can still pop up.

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I'm printing the test now, as well. Saw you on Joel's Youtube video, too. Nice work! Can't wait to see how it turns out in grey on my Raise 3D!

nice. saw you in 3d printing nerd's vid.

Thanks. The interview was fun.

wow love it but says it will take over 3 days to print lol

Yeah, those perimeters are killer.

How many shells (perimeters) do you recommend I use while printing?

I used 2 which worked fine. Because of the amount of parameter to the model going to 3 would probably greatly increase print time.

Printing the test now

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