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Vase mode gear tool holder

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4 Likes8 DownloadsJanuary 30, 2022


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An 8 tooth involute gear shaped tool holder/caddy for printing in vase/spiralize mode. This might look like just a really thick solid spur gear, but on closer examination of the top you'll see it has lots of thin slots that result in a continuous outer wall that snakes in and out of the model. When printed in vase mode, the outside of the walls adjacent to each other along the slots fuse together (see close up picture) and reveal 13 compartments. 5 larger ones in the hub and 8 smaller tooth compartments. Dimensions: - diameter: 150mm - height: 100mm - base: 0.6mm thick before the slots start Compartments - center: 1x 38mm round - outer hub: 4x roughly 30mm x 60mm - teeth: 8x about 20mm around (perfect for plier handles and long thin tools) Printing: - Use vase/spiralize mode with typical settings. - **IMPORTANT**: Make sure you have enough bottom layers (3 @ 0.2mm layer height) to make up the base and preview your slicing to check that the wall starts on top of the last base layer. *More* base layers won't hurt. My prints: - Creality CR-6SE - 0.2mm layers, 0.4mm nozzle - 3DFuel [Autumn Orange](https://www.3dfuel.com/products/standard-pla-filament-autumn-orange-1-75mm) @ 220C, 60C bed - ~80g each - ~9.5 hours
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