Slanted stacking bins

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Slanted stacking bins by cymon Dec 17, 2012
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The floor of these bins are are slanted towards the front. Half sized bins are also available.

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When I try to slice the end piece in Slic3r it gives me garbage. Any ideas whats going on?

Don't know. I didn't modify that one, just took it straight from the parent piece. You could try downloading that one or running this part through netfabb.

Could you post the original model to modify it for custom sizes?

Import it into tinkercad and you can stretch and squeeze it pretty easily :)

Well, except that the walls and joints also get squashed and stretched. I love me some tinkercad, but it's not for everything. This is a prime example.

I did. I edited the STL directly in blender. By hand. Eyeball engineering FTW.

What machine is your G-code for?

What gcode? There's no gcode. (Doggone RepG dropping my gcode next to my stls... grumble grumble.)