What: A door stop for a Wolf E-Series Oven to be used when dehydrating food (or other things). The door stop slips over the door latch and holds the door slightly open to let vapor escape.
Why: We had been using a sardine can with a slot punched in it to prop the door open. This stores easier and looks nicer.
Dehydration temperatures may be as high as: 63C/145F
For this reason check the glass transition temperature of the filament you will be using.
Glass Transition is when the material starts to soften.
For this reason I printed in PET-G.
PLA might be a problem as PLA is commonly listed at 60C for glass transition, which is lower than that the oven may be set for. However the part is sitting in the air flow.
If you plan on using PLA keep a close eye on it.
Use when dehydrating. Slide over door latch. Close Door.
This is not meant to cover the light switch.Oven light will stay on, until turned off at the front touch panel.
Do not use at temperatures over those tolerated by the filament.
Do not burn down your domicile.
Best Estimate Design
I did not have the original, nor have I seen one.
From reading I manual I knew this was not meant to cover the light switch.
Just needed it to look better than a sardine tin.