I noticed my tattoo artist spending a LOT of time setting up his work station. I took some notes on how they set up and cleaned up, and came up with a few designs on how to streamline and improve efficiency. This is the most requested design. It fits 19 ink cups of 3 different sizes, 6 needle cartidges, and a rinse cup. It's shaped like a wedge so that it can be pushed into a corner, as well.
The ink cup slots fit (3) 21.1 X 15mm, (4) 17.1 X 10mm, and (12) 14.1 X 10mm cups.
The cartridge cups fit snug on a 16mm cartidge.
The rinse cup ring fits a 46mm cup.
On the angled surface in the middle, I put the shop's logo embossed. On the flat surface, I put the artists name. I used Tinkercad (design and model) and Cura (Company logo in jpg to STL).
This is NOT food safe. Autoclave temperatures (121C and 132C) should work in cleaning these, but I haven't tested this. It's designed specifically to be covered in sanitary plastic before each use and the plastic is discarded with the cups and cartridges after work is complete. I made this in PLA as a test and to gauge interest.
I'll be experimenting with Polypropylene if the artists decide they want to use this in their toolbox. It's quick and easy to customize for this purpose.
I made the top, bottom and walls thicker (1.2mm) as I expected it to be pushed and shoved around, and to add some weight. Double-sided magnetic tape can be added to keep it in place as well.
Designed in Tinkercad.