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Chop Stick holder (in Dishwasher)

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Chop Stick holder (in Dishwasher) by Jonvanderveen Feb 3, 2013
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This is a tray you can put in your dishwasher to stop Chop Sticks from falling through the holes.


Check you basket size before you print, If this will fit your cutlary holder, just print this and put in the bottom of the holder. Then when you put small objects in, they should stop falling through the holes.

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Mine was printed with abs which is no problem in my dishwasher. Abs softens at 90c, and unless your hot water heater is super high, should not be a problem.

Residential water heater are normally limited to 60C so should not be a problem for ABS

Will PLA or ABS will survive the dishwasher? I know that mine gets pretty darn hot.