Pencil Shelf

by Tosh, published

Pencil Shelf by Tosh Sep 4, 2014

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This shelf can be assembled easily with six pencils. Please attach it with using the push-pins to the wall. Great for office and school.

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File is corrupt, anyone else have it?

Let me confirm. I gonna fix it today.

ls there anyway to extend the length of this and add more pencil holes?

printed real nice thank you for the file. ABS Flashforge pro

Thank you for your warm comment!

Grats man, you get featured for the push pin arrow, then not for the follow up (that I like to think I had something to do with) with the point and mark, but then for this. You are on a roll. I just wonder how you get away with "borrowing" all of those office supplies;)

So simple... but so very awesome!

Great work, and thanks for sharing!

brilliant bit of thinking!

look forward to building one looks great

when short of pencils you can also print the shelf-bottom as I did on my spool holder shelf:

YASH - Yet Another Spool Holder
by 3dlyx

Your hex rod seems to be about 1.5 mm too large in diameter - at least when I printed one to try for this pencil shelf. I had better luck with this scrap of OpenScad:
rotate([-90,0,0]) cylinder(d=8.0, h=120, $fn=6);
Change the h=120 to change the length.

Oh, I see. I measured the rods to some pencils I had lying around (Faber Castell). I wasnt aware that there might be different sizes of pencil diameters. Thx for trytesting and clarification.

simple and delightful