Stackable Can Rack

by brianzak419 Sep 28, 2018
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I was thinking more of the dippable stuff that that same company sells (ostensibly for dipping metal handled tools into to get rubber grips on the handles). I'm not sure if dipping or brushing would be a better application.
Here is a random Amazon product link to one of the many colors it comes in: https://www.amazon.com/Performix-11602-6-075815116024-Plasti-Dip/dp/B000ZN1T16/

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Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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it can be make by laser cut ,use pmma?

I'm sorry, but I have no experience with laser cutters. I don't even know what sort of files they use.

Two things.

  1. You could use Rubber cement, or Flex Seal, or one of the many many alternatives. Silicone as advised by Rockbert is a great idea too.
  2. If you were to have the "front" of the can, grab on the "neck", would that be possible to "grab" the can, so-to-say?

How tight do your crossbars fit into the body? I printed one section of the rack in the same PLA you mention and the crossbars loosely slide into place with quite a bit of wobble. I only got around to printing it once so I haven't had a chance to actually play around with scaling the width of the bars up a bit. Just curious as to how yours fits. Regardless, killer design!

For my print, they were quite tight. That being said, I may have a slight over extrusion causing a tighter fit.

I ran a few test prints scaling up incrementally in Slic3rPE last night and 106% seems to be perfect. One down, two to go!

Edit: Correction! 108% is the magic number.

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Regarding your comment about the rubber grips, consider a spray rubber. There are products called "Spray Sealants" that are usually made of a spray rubber. Leak Seal, Flex Seal, Plasti Dip, those are just a couple brands I know.

I was thinking silicon calking.

Definitely a viable option. Much less tedious than glueing dozens of thin rubber strips to each rack...

Brilliant! Common problem in our fridge is how much lateral space cans take up. Go vertical!

Someone has a good taste in beer!

Cheers to the all day ipa!