I needed something to store and dry the syringes we use for our baby's medicine after rinsing them out. So I designed this syringe rack. This saves time when preparing our child for bed. It also keeps them clean because we used to just lay them on our counter. Also helps with organization by reducing clutter on the counter top. This one fits syringes that come with the ibuprofen, Tylenol, and Zarbee's. Enjoy my friends.
Amazon Basics PETG
The screenshot I included of the model in my slicer shows the intended print orientation and dimensions. I printed with 100 percent infill so it would just print walls. But you can set infill to whatever. May take about 6 hours to print.
I am still experimenting with PETG, so I had a bit of stringing especially in the holes. Just need a minute of sanding and I was good to go.
I designed this with Solidworks. The part files are included so you can mess with the parameters/equations I set for the dimensions and thickness. You can change the holes size for the syringes you need and such. The holes are tear drop shape because of a tip I heard from Angus on Maker's Muse. They allow proper and accurate clearance despite the sagging that occurs on the top of horizontal facing holes. I also reduced the overall height of the rack because I realized I had too much vertical space.