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3D Printer Filament Dry Box
Don't have a 3D printer yet but on the note of your project . You might want to try The Dollar Store they have 2 types of ( Blue lid -Regular/Black Lid with Charcoal) for $1 and they work great for usual use of desiccants. Since you have a printer you could make ledges that would use 4 units as leg supports while still aborbing any moister. Just a thought! You will get a lot more desiccant than the little pouches.
I am all for Original stuff but insist Nando's like $3.50 in the states? I am not dissing it and will as this to my recipes just saying you can buy it for under $4 and it looks like retail about that to make.
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