Introduction: 3D Print Easiest Towel Rack

This might be the easiest towel rack around there. It's so easy, I'm a bit ashamed to write an instruction because I know you're all clever enough to design one yourselves. But hey, sharing is caring so here is how I made the easiest towel rack.

Tools:

  • Caliper
  • 3D printer
  • CAD software

Materials:

  • A pencil

Step 1: Step 1: Measure, Design an Print

First of all, I measured the radius of a pencil using my caliper. Pardon me for the metric system, but I found this to be 7,7mm.

This might have been the most difficult step. Almost finished!

I used Microstation to design a small support. I included the STL file.

3D printed it twice using an XYZ Da Vinci 1.0, using red ABS, layer height 3mm, 3D density of 15%.

Step 2: Step 2: Combine and Install

Insert the pencil, find small screws (with a diameter on the threads of less than 4mm).

Screw in wall. Done.

Comments

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Dyte (author)2015-06-22

There's one in my parents house just like this one! KISS in mind, this is the perfect design

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Gerritwalckiers (author)Dyte2015-06-22

Keep it simple, less is more, etc! Thanks for the comment :-)

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