Tablespoon Measure: Cube

by mortinus, published

Tablespoon Measure: Cube by mortinus Dec 24, 2012

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This is a simpler version of the Tablespoon measure to calculate.

I designed this as a research project for an article regarding modeling around dimensional requirements. I chose this because I love to cook and I always lose my measuring spoons. Never again!


It's SQUARE! But that doesn't mean it's not cool.
Please print this flat. No support required.

I printed this with 25% Infill (Pictured)

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When I import this .STL into Repertier-Host 0.85b, it imports as an extremely tiny object in the 3D view. Everything else I import comes up and prints normally, but this is extremely small. We're talking 1/100th the size that it should be!

Hmm, odd! Have you tried clicking the "mm>in" scale button within your software? I'm not too familiar with it I'm afraid. I have uploaded a specifically-exported version where I made sure that the units are correct. I verified in my printer that it prints at the right scale when loading the file as well; I hope this works for you!

to make a tablespoon meashure i always take a tablespoon XD

Haha! I do the same for most recipes :) Comes from learning how to cook from your grandma I suppose.