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Dalek Salt & Pepper shakers

by Wired1, published

Dalek Salt & Pepper shakers by Wired1 Jan 31, 2013

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Just what the Doctor ordered - with his chips (fries).
This prints out surprisingly well considering the overhang where the top fits onto the bottom. Both of these were my first prints and were printed with a layer height of .25mm and a fill of 25% with 2 perimeters and 2 tops/bottoms..

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Print them out.
Clean them out with a scalpal.
Drill out the small holes to 2mm diameter.
Dispense condoments :)

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I just printed out version 2 and it has some strange strings that I had to cut out near the opening. Here's a photo: http://i.imgur.com/q7Cfq3Z.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/q7Cfq3Z.jpg

Weird, I've printed out three of them now and mine only had a few light strands. Did you use Slic3r?

I'm using RepG and SF50. I just cut out the strings and it seems to be fine.

New and improved version 2 has a tight fitting lid :)

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