Homeopatic Meds Holder

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Homeopatic Meds Holder by Beatrice1975 Dec 11, 2012
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Ths is a holder for homeopatic tubes of three different measures, that I made for a friend.
It holds six tubes, or seven, in case you also put one in the central cylinder instead of the spherical top. It rolls like a merry-go-round.


Print all the parts and assemble them as in figure.

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I hope nobody on this site is ignorant enough to believe in homeopathy.

and I hope nobody on this site is ignorant enough to judge people on this site.

I understand that this is a place for sharing, and thus I thank you for sharing your design.  However no one wants to see someone taken advantage of for lack of research.  We are here as a willing community, not so much because it benefits us individually, but as a whole.  No judging required.

Everybody is free to chose to use or not use my project. I'm not a promoter of homeopatic meds and I'm not a promoter of any kind of other meds. If you people want to firestart discussions about what is you favourite medicine this is not the place.
Judging the appearances without knowing what's behind your computer screen, moreover, is a lack of sensitivity and understanding.