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Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - Printed fine with a .6 nozzle in PolyTerra PLA (Muted Green, Cappuccino, Muted Red). The spring is a little loose, so the travel is limited. Will reprint that with some adjustments to make it a bit firmer or longer.  - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - Hot off the P1S. - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - The pot and other parts came out great. The Spring idea is wonderful and works to push up the picks. - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - Amazing! The hardest part was finding the fully round toothpicks ;-) - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - A1 Mini 
(I had to cut the cactus in bambustudio - it worked without any problems.  - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - Can you please explain how to mount it and how to print it ? I have printed the parts all in 100%, but the thing with the long arm doesn't fit inside the inner pot... What's the problem :/ ? Is there something to be printed at different scale ? I am using a Bambulab X1C. Thanks for your help. - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder - I had a hard time with the spring and printed it at every angle possible to make it work on a prusa. Print on side, 2 walls 100% infill, and go 40ms for speed, and reduce the speed to 60 on the printer. This worked for adhesion and spring tension that doesn’t snap.  - 3d model
Cactus Toothpick holder 3d model
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886 Likes1.3K DownloadsMarch 14, 2024
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This one took me soo many attempts to get working right, but its finally done!

Everyone loves cactuses. Cacti? So i made one into a toothpick holder. It has a built in spring so the spines stick out when you push it down! (If needed, use the Brim print setting to secure the spring if it isn't sticking to the build plate)

These are excellent for storing your toothpicks. They're great for when you host parties and have fruit or meat and cheese boards too!

These work with standard round toothpicks. I just picked up a pack of 500 of them for super cheap from walmart. This cactus takes 117 toothpicks total.

I used a standard 4 inch Terracotta nursery pot for mine. But I included a file to print the pot if you'd like.

The cactus filament is Eryone Olive Green Matte PLA (Amazon), for anyone who is curious

Assembly

  1. Insert spring into hold in cactus

  2. Insert Cactus onto Inner Pole

  3. Place everything into pot holder

  4. Place inside pot, or 3d printed pot.

  5. push down cactus, insert 1 toothpick, release, then insert the rest!


886 Likes1.3K DownloadsMarch 14, 2024




This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
886 Likes1.3K DownloadsMarch 14, 2024
This model is restricted by licensing terms.