I wanted my soap to drain out the mouth of a bat-face gargoyle instead of turning to mush - and now your soap can too!
This is a self-draining soap dish intended to be placed close to a sink basin. I couldn't procure a standard soap size, so I based the dimensions off a bar of Yardley soap, or 3.5 in. x 2 in. x 1.5 in.
The 123D Design file is provided so that you can customize this to your needs. Have fun!
See it in action (aw yeah):
The concave interior covers a generous amount of sparse infill, so print with at least 4 solid layers on the top of the model and at least 2 on the bottom.
I use green HatchBox ABS filament for prints destined as working objects. It bonds well and prints consistently for all shapes and sizes.
The infill can go as sparse as 5%, but only if you have confidence that your filament and temperatures will bridge properly.
The print shown in the photos and video was extruded at 230 C with a heated bed temperature of 90 C. The fan was turned to 10% after 10 layers (so in effect, after the raft was complete). Supports are not needed inside the mouth unless there are bridging problems.
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