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Herb Grinder

by MattRHale, published

Herb Grinder by MattRHale Mar 18, 2013
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This herb grinder is accurately modeled from the original plastic grinder from WeedWorld.co.uk.


This part has not been print tested. The geometry is accurate but print results and functionality may vary.

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top and bottom dont match lol

does not actually work. wa,wa,waaa

Bottom Cap

10% infill

.20 layer

PLA 200C extruder, 45C HBP

40 mins


That is amazing! Nice work. Please upload that pic via the "I made one" link. People gotta see that.

Got it, used a different browser

I tried but it wont upload a 100kb image just spins for minutes :(

Thanks. It's a model I made 5 years ago at University while working with Solidworks.