Honeycomb Hexagonal pattern soap dish tray
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This is a pair of honeycomb pattern soap dishes, one with a "natural" edge pattern and one with a smooth crisp edge. I'd seen a few other honeycomb pattern dishes online but most of them seemed to have sharp edges or would print in ways that are likely to leave stringing so I did this cleaner-looking design.
It prints as a dish and 4 independent feet that should be glued into the bottom of the dish (although if you adjust the "clearance" parameter in the file properly for your printer you should be able to get them to friction-fit). The gap created under the dish by the feet should allow soapy water to drain so you don't get soggy, sticky soap.
The designs are a little heavy on the floating-point maths so please be patient when rendering in OpenSCAD as it might be quite slow
- 3D file format: SCAD and STL
- Publication date: 2020/10/27 at 19:57
Electronics Engineer from Reading with some Mech.Eng. training. Mostly doing 3D printing for work making assorted parts for high-voltage assemblies but also designing and printing random items I find useful. Strong preference for keeping the entire toolpath open-source but will use commercial software where it's really needed.
I also do a lot of 3D design work for rLab, Reading's hackspace to help with maintaining the supporting the equipment and keeping the building clean.
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