The holes for the toothbrushes could be a little smaller, and in my haste to remove the print I ripped the bottom few layers of the model.
Two hour print time, you can download the stl file here: ToothbrushHolder.stl
The design is a post-it note holder with one pad each for today and tomorrow. I find it handy to have a list of things that need to be done today and those that can wait!
Here is the 3d Model, It took a while to make as I had to draw all the letters manually. I am using FreeCAD and the design is parametric.
The following photo shows the printer halfway through the print after just completing the insets. The design takes 2 hours to print. In the later prints I used a 10 row skirt with 0 distance from the model which really helped to prevent the model from warping as it cooled.
Download the stl file here: new.stl
or view on Thingiverse.
Adapted from a video on the NY times website:
This is definitely a work in progress.
|Oven||Pre-Heat Oven to 200c||place in oven for 30 Minutes||Remove From Oven||Cool for 1 Hour|
|Large Bowl||Combine||Combine||Combine||wrap mixture into rolls with baking paper|
|4 Cups Rice Bubbles|
|2 Cups Rolled Oats|
|1.5 Cups Mixed Nuts|
|1.5 Cups Mixed Seeds|
|2 Cups Protien Powder|
|1.5 Cups Water|
|1 Tablespoon Honey|
|1 Teaspoon Cinnamon|
|1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence|