In this video we have created a 3D Printed Modular organising system that will keep our 3D Printer workspace tidy and clean.
We've started measuring the tools to fit and then we continued with the design in Rhino 5 for Windows.
Before printing anything we created a snap fit test and we printed it out in 3D to check if the tolerances were correct. Once done, we finished the design using Rhino and then we sliced the STL files generated using cura 3.3.1. on Mac OS.
After some hours of printing we got an amazing result, and we finished inserting the tools in place, and assembling the modular tool organizer next to our 3D Printer.
You can download the FILES that I've announced in the video clicking here.
- STL file to test the SNAP FIT
- 6 x STL files for each of the modules
- 3DM file to modify the modules
You can download Rhino 5 and 6 for Windows and MacOS here:
Also a couple Rhino Tutorials for Beginners here:
Here you will find the full video of the custom bowl for waste plastic.
All the moving shots were recorded using our 3D Printed Camera Slider that you will find here:
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