This is Dolce Gusto capsule dispenser inspired (and based on F360 files) by stigrune. I've designed it especially for hanging on walls/cabinets and so it will uses only necessary space (you can hang one beside another - see pictures).
Anyway, it's not perfect solution :) and you have to remember about two rules
- every "over/top" capsule has to be in front of the one below, but it's usually coming naturally this way. Otherwise you won't be able to take off lowest pod easily
- when taking out pod, you will need to push previous one a bit up and usually assist it falling with finger or taken out capsule. This can be done with one hand and it's easy, but it's not like you can just pull capsule out without slight attention (but this rules also applies to commercially available containers).
There are three components:
- base is the bottom part, where you take capsule out (push others slightly up, and tilt)
- middle part, you can print them as many you require and stack together
- top one, has some small modification to make capsule dropping in easier, prevents capsule falling off and it has no top mounting bolts
I've tried to modify stigrune version, so the capsule won't fall off all at once (it was quite common to empty entire stack when you took out single capsule), but I failed. Partly because lack of required skills in F360, partly because I had no idea how to properly modify it - after few tries and prints I've gave up, and redesign it in simpler manner.
All components are printable without support. They should not need a raft, but middle and top elements have small contact surface with print bed, so it you have poor adhesion you may consider raft - I've printed all, and every time without it.
The bottom part side arch can be a bit more difficult for some printers, but it's design to be printed without support.
Also make sure, you print top element "upside down" - STL file should be already positioned correctly - top surface should be the first one to print.
After printing, glue all parts together. You can use "super glue" (cyanoacrylate glue) - or any other that works for you. Then you can use strong (not the common carpet one) double side tape to stick it to cabinet or wall.