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Pill Box with AM PM Apertures V4 - It's More Personal!

by BoothyBoothy Feb 23, 2019
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Yes, it's probably supposed to be a support but in cura it's coming out solid. I trimmed it in fusion 360 then printed with cura supports and it came out just fine,

Good to here, bit late now but I have uploaded a clasp without supports. Best Boothy

Just finished printing this. It went together very nicely. Awesome job.

The only problem I have is the stl for the clasp has some weird extrusion on it so it does not fit correctly. Had to cut it down a bit.

Thank you.

Good. The clasp as an integrated custom support piece which should be removed after print, it will not print properly without the support, is this what your referring too ?

Hi, i would really love to print this pill box, but im not really sure with the "support block" and im quite lost in all those files, is there non pre supported big container?

I will upload a thing without supports tomorrow it will probably print without supports but they will be stringing where the bridge attempts to bridge the bolt aperture, can use custom suppports but my integrated supports but may need a raft, The integrated support breaks off quite easy if not using very high temps. You will still get some bridging but it does not affect the assembly Best Boothy

Thank you! i couldnt make it in my slicer without dropped cealing, ill play with little custom supports over that area. Glad someone finally made a big container as a pill box so i can have just one :D did you planned to make the big one, but with halved containers, or separeately printable notch, so you could make for example 2 weeks of supplements in one box, for 2 week stays?

Hi Turghor, I have uploaded the standard and XL base without supports has requested. I still think the print will be more stable and the bridging better with the integral support. Please note the things have not been printed without the supports so I cannot guarantee a successful print. Best Boothy

Looks nice, but how should i remove the inner bottom support of the base ?...

With pliers or side cutters. It comes away reasonably easy if not printed at too high temps.

Well done. Also, that is some nice red. What filament is it?

Link Below, very cost effective, if anything the spool is too tightly wound, good for the price, i have used quite a few spools for prototyping, just need to check winding towards end of spool. No good for gravity spool holders due to asymmetric size of spool sides.