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MvRens

IKEA POÄNG cup holder

by MvRens Mar 10, 2018
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im using PLA does it need to be scaled up by 1%

I printed it in PLA and did not need to scale it, though I can't be sure for all material/printer combinations of course. I thought shrinking was an issue with ABS and other materials, not so much with PLA?

Thanks for the response. I had an idea, for the Poang. A Cup holder was one of them but you already solved that :) Another would be a small clip on platform large enough for a phone, large mugs, something like this....

https://goo.gl/images/DzMURF but for the Poang. The width as pictured would be great and it would stick out of the Poang just like your dringk holder but modular so if you didn't want the tablet holder it wont be there, it could be replaced with something else. What do you think?

An idea for modular things would be connected via dovetail connection which you can slide in and out of but would require effort so it does not just slide out accidentally.

hi mate, i would love to print this for my poang! i don't know how to use fusion 360, can u make one for me? i think 7,5cm will be fine!

No problem! I'll be back from holiday next week, I'll upload a 7,5cm version then!

thank you very much mate:)

I've added two STL files, hope they work out for you!

Made it.top :)
Have u Ever thought about making a cup holder not besides the armchair but at the end of the handrail?

thanks mate, i'll print it this night!!

I made this and the size is very small. an average sized cup does not fit the hole.

Good point, thanks for the comment! I did mention the size can be changed in Fusion 360, but I've clarified the diameter used in the STL as well now.

As mentioned in the updated description, if you don't want to mess with Fusion 360, leave a comment with the desired diameter and I'll create an STL for it!