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Soda Fridge Pack Tray/Caddy

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Soda Fridge Pack Tray/Caddy by Jeepguy42 Mar 4, 2015
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A soda Caddy for the standard 12 Pack boxes of soda. Made for a standard 12 FL OZ aluminum can. Made in multiple parts that should print on any printer with a build area capable of printing 6" x 4" (152.4mm x 101.6mm). Will need gluing once printed. I have a large format version which prints the entire setup at 8" x 18" if you have a printer that can print that big (zipped File). Again this is not tested but it should be good as a soda can is fairly standard now.

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Print one of each part except the part labeled wall peg. You'll need 22 of these if you use them to assist in lining up the walls. To assemble the walls you'll need to glue the parts together (no tabs so a flat surface will be needed). There are lines on the individual pieces. These lines line up on adjacent parts. If you use the Wall_Peg.stl you'll need to apply glue to the edges of the wall part and then to the wall peg itself and inset it into the grooves on each part. This should give it some strength in the walls. All the R parts are for the Right wall and the L parts are for the Left wall. Match the lines up.

The ramps and the back piece has slots built into them that match up to the tabs on the wall parts. apply a small amount of glue to the slots and then insert the tabs from the corresponding pieces. Once everything is together, give ample time to dry and then it should be usable.

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