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Under Cabinet Coffee Cup Hook Hangers

by maker__guy Dec 17, 2018
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The added lip i made is actually very strong...its only 4mm high and 3mm thick ....making it short allows it to be pretty strong and rememebr its also,pretty wide 10mm .....so like i,said its strong.....no cup,will break it.....:)

Correct, my redesign ended up,working ok after i added a nice chanfer , my friend loves it....thank you

i may have to put more of a 45 on the added detail but we will see

here is what i am going to try out.. what do you think?

Nice change, the only thing i would worry about is the 90degree might cause some cups to want to hang at an angle and put pressure on that little knobby thing, which will be the weakest part of the structure.

Yes i added a nice chamfer ..and it works good now......that was my initial change and imfound out the 90degree would not allow cup to hang properly ..thats the awesomness of 3d printers you can mess around and make changes at will...i would say my anet a8 purchase 2 yrs ago,was the best $150 purchase i ever made ...i love it... Its a low end printer but is very good bang for buck...

i actually am going to print out a few of your orig design as they would be great for general purpose hanging hooks when you mount them vertically.... when you mount them the way you designed them for coffee cup i just needed to modify a bit to hold my cup better... so i will have 2 designs..your orig one and my modified one

i used 25% actually and turned out great but i just modified it a bit going to print and see how it holds the cup..

well , i just made mine..the print looks great but unfoort i need to modify it..the hook is not enough to hold cup safely in place..my coffee cups have a little wider handles

Initially it had more of a hook to it, but it made it harder to screw in. Thus, I revised it to the current version which allowed for easier install. I ended up preferring this design since i didnt have to have move the cup as much to unhook it. It's basically the bare minimum needed to hook a cup and be stable, but I can see how a wider-handle cup might hang a little precariously.

what infill did u use..im usng 40% and see how turns out

im thinking 25% would be ok too but i may use these for other uses that may require heavier load

I used 20pct with no issues