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Silicone Pad Mould

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3D model description

This is a mould to make silicone pads that can be stuck onto the underside of objects to prevent them from sliding around on surfaces.

Put a thin layer of petroleum jelly (aka Vaseline) on the surfaces that come into contact with the silicone. Dispense DIY silicone sealant into the mould and smooth flat with a filling knife/spatula (a print bed scraper works very well). Leave overnight to set, then seperate the two halves of the mould to remove the silicone pads.

Clean the pads with isopropyl alcohol and stick in position with a blob of the same silicone sealant.

3D printing settings

Printer: Ender 3
Resolution: 0.15mm
Speed 60mm/s
Material: PLA
Nozzle Temp: 205° (210° on the first layer)
Bed Temp: 55°
Infill: 10%
Walls: 3
Top/Bottom Layers: 4/3

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Last update: 2020/06/27 at 18:04
  • Publication date: 2020/06/15 at 18:53

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Friends know me as Mox, I live in the UK and have been on the planet for over half a century.

Tinkering with plastic creations is one of my pastimes, along with photography and enjoying the great outdoors.

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