3D Printing in the Kitchen

What 3D prints do you use to make your food prep and eating experience better? I have a Condiment Condo that I use to store condiment packs I get from restaurants. Pic related is for the tub type but I have another one for the smaller packets.
I also have spoon and chopstick rests. Both of those can be purchased easy enough but since I already have the printer, why not make my own?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have a creality and one of the fan blades broke and the bed is messed up and i dont know how to level it. Its been collecting dust for the past 4 years.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'd say print a new fan but obviously you need a fan to print a fan. There are automatic bed levelers so you don't have to bother with manually leveling it anymore. There's a 3d printing general on Culinaly where they can help you with such things.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My old apartment, the cooktop had some stupid mechanical safeties inside it that shut off the gas if they weren't hot enough. You had to light it by pushing down the knob and holding it down until they got up to temperature. Because the thing was rusting apart, they were never hot enough to stay on. So I made a 3D-printed thing to hold the knobs down, and put a 40oz peanut butter jar filled with water on top of the thing to keep them down. Worked great. It would be a fire hazard if it weren't for the fact that I only used it when I was actually standing around cooking food.

      They're just standard computer fans. Measure the thickness and the diameter and go buy a new one on Amazon. And as for the bed, you can just buy a new one also; personally I prefer smooth PEI mounted on PCB-board material.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was having dinner with my highschool gf and her mom / doctor friends. This one guy was trying to tune his printer so he could produce a replica of his head and eat cereal out of it. Had ready made keychains of his face to hand out, fukkn dentists

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nice caddy OP

    How strange you make this thread
    I just got back from the library with my first ever experience with creating and using 3D printer
    Just some regular and wide mouth toppers for mason jars
    Lady didn't even charge me!

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Nice. Lots of libraries have started offering 3D printing, which is a good evolution for them as printed books become less popular.

      My old apartment, the cooktop had some stupid mechanical safeties inside it that shut off the gas if they weren't hot enough. You had to light it by pushing down the knob and holding it down until they got up to temperature. Because the thing was rusting apart, they were never hot enough to stay on. So I made a 3D-printed thing to hold the knobs down, and put a 40oz peanut butter jar filled with water on top of the thing to keep them down. Worked great. It would be a fire hazard if it weren't for the fact that I only used it when I was actually standing around cooking food.

      They're just standard computer fans. Measure the thickness and the diameter and go buy a new one on Amazon. And as for the bed, you can just buy a new one also; personally I prefer smooth PEI mounted on PCB-board material.

      Nice hack and a good example of how a person with some skill can make custom parts for their own personal needs.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Libraries are for homeless to smoke fent in, that's what their evolution is.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          true but the bums don't hang out at the makers studio part
          it's funny seeing Blacks act like they know how to read though

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Can you print a crack pipe? Asking for a friend.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >users are not permitted to produce materials that violate local, state, or federal laws or regulations. look like, function as, or appear to function as weapons or parts thereof, appear unsafe hazardous.......
              I doubt it

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          lol if that isn’t the truth. I’m at my local libarry often and I swear smelly nigs take shifts singing karaoke with head phones on to rap. between that and the dudes giggling nonstop to bullshit laughtrack shorts theres never silence. Its offset however by the battered librarians sitting like sick birds up at the front desk and that they have a nice printer.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      So do you have to supply the materials or do they have filaments on hand or what?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        they have and supply the plastic, there were a lot of colors there.
        the normal rates at my library are first hour is free and $1 per hour after, for the 3D printer
        I also made a couple t-shirts with some transfer paper I found at a rummage sale a few years ago
        those are free, I had to supply the shirts and transfers.
        there is also a poster maker, button maker, sewing machine, embroidery machine, vinyl cutter/sticker maker.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My buddy made some little grabber things that would both shell a pistachio and retrieve the nutmeat for you.
    I lost mine I should ask him for another.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'll grab your nutmeat

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can also 3D print food, mostly confectioneries.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      absolutely pointless shaped paste, utterly moronic

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The goyslop tower

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have made a lot of 3D printed stuff, but nothing Culinaly related (I'm an electronics hobbyist, so its mostly enclosures for my circuit boards)
    I recently tried my hand at metal laser cutting, so I made this custom knife for my cousin, and filed it sharp myself. Its not a very good knife but it works well enough. I also designed a cutout with her name in this moronic font which makes it harder to clean

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That’s pretty cool, do you have any other projects in mind?

      https://i.imgur.com/bwYThtB.jpeg

      What 3D prints do you use to make your food prep and eating experience better? I have a Condiment Condo that I use to store condiment packs I get from restaurants. Pic related is for the tub type but I have another one for the smaller packets.
      I also have spoon and chopstick rests. Both of those can be purchased easy enough but since I already have the printer, why not make my own?

      Mainly just storage stuff, printed up a couple can storers and bag clamps, and also a bunch of seed starters (tomatoes and chili seedlings are doing really well). Is there a specific food safe-ish filament you’re using? I started using Zyltech clear petg in the hope that it’s pretty safe, and fortunately it’s pretty reasonably priced.

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