Infill coasters

by jmdbcool Jul 30, 2018
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Does anyone know what slicer settings should i use to make sure they wont permeate with water? i printed a couple with the settings suggested but the base is like not watertight enough and they eventually let water trough

Very cool and very smart idea. Thank you for this

I designed, printed, and posted a holder for your coasters. See it here. It holds 8 comfortably, probably more.

Coaster Holder (minimalist)

Hi, newbie here. How would I print this on a Makerbot Replicator+?

Hey loved these alot... Thank You

Can someone give the proper settings for Cura? I'm new to 3D printing and don't understand what the equivalent settings are to Slic3r.

Also, can this be done with TPU filament?

Just set top layers to 0 and set an infill of your choosing :)

I can't make it with cura. The preview with top layers 0 isnt showing the infills shapes. Do u know how?

It prints as expected for me via Cura, but the preview on screen doesn't show the infill like in the final product.

This should be more appreciated

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For whatever reason, I couldn't get this to work on Slic3r PE 1.41. I had to use 1.40, and it sliced just fine using the supplied settings.

1.41 would refuse to create any infill if there are 0 top layers.

Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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I printed mine out of tpu, so the coaster would grip the cup and table a bit better. thanks for the design!

Thanks for the idea. I used your design to make my own coasters. I was able to make a nice set of eight coasters with different patterns. I made mine a little deeper, just in case there is a lot of condensation.

Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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I would also suggest using slicers such as Ideamaker and Simplify3D.. They have some interesting infill patterns

This is exactly what I have been looking for. Thanks!