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Wanderlust

Movable Sinus Rinse Drying Rack

by Wanderlust Jan 6, 2015
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This is definitely a spectacular design and a quite easy print. You do not want to know how many futile ways I have tried to dry out my bottles before finding this.

Thank you and kudos for such a useful item!

This is the best (and most useful) thing I have printed on my 3D printer since I got it 2 years ago. Thank you so much for creating and sharing this file!!! I wanted to send you a tip $$$ but you don't have your account set up to receive $. Please know how much I appreciate this.

Aaaahhhh... always stuck figuring out where to put the straw and tip part for dripping.
Thats pretty useful. Thank you!

Works great. Thanks. Made first one on a polyjet. Second is getting made this week on ultimaker 2+.

Seems a bit tippy, would probably do with a slightly larger base.

I have not had problems with tipping, dropping on the floor during transport yes, knocking over when loading no. Is this first hand experience? Maybe I don't have a problem because I have cheap counter tops that are slick, it is much more likely to slide than tip for me.

I was debating redoing the design to make it less fragile...

Thanks for the reply. I actually hadn't made it yet, It just seemed on the thin side for the base while slicing it. I'll print one this weekend. Would love to see a more robust one. My preference is for sturdy designs for household objects. That, and I am a bit clumsy... I will use this a lot. I can't live without my sinus rinse :)

This works and looks great, I made it for my mother and she liked it. I was thinking that the maker could add text for different family members if they didn't want to print in different colors.
I printed without supports and sprayed the print with some clear coat enamel to help protect it against bathroom moisture and the drainage from the bottle.

I am glad she liked it, mine did as well, especially in the bright pink filament I got for free with my printer.

Enamel sounds like a good idea, I don't have a place to spray anything at the moment but I will try it out as soon as it warms up outside.

I uploaded the SolidWorks files I used to make it on the off chance you have access to it and want to add text.

I have used clear nail polish to seal smaller items. You can also buy small bottles of enamel paint at hobby stores and apply them with a paint brush.

Thank you for the additional files.