It's a little bit curved - the sunken part started off as the top of a sphere, so although it's been tweaked a lot since then, it's not entirely flat.Ohhhh - I like it! Is it raised ever so slightly in the middle? On first glance I was going to suggest putting in some slight ridges, as a soap dish similar to this left my soap a bit soggy where the soap touched the parts with no holes. My solution was to put one with little spikes atop the dish...but if it's raised in the middle, that might solve that problem.
Should be - it's wood fibres combined with pla filament so 'technically' biodegradable, but at normal household conditions for using a soap dish I'd expect it to last indefinitely. I'd be more concerned about any UV light it might be getting since that will contribute to it degrading... In a timeframe of months/years it will become more brittle, but that shouldn't be too much of an issue unless it gets droppedI love the idea of 3D-printing with wood filament! But is it long term water-proof without restriction?
Haha ok that's actually kind of awesome!
Oh, thanks for the reminder! It was definitely part of the plan but had slipped my mind... As if my 'to-print' list isn't long enough already!!
Fab. How does it feel for sturdiness? I'm wondering how high you can stack them and how much weight they can take once stacked full of soap.
Oh, I designed it myselfFab. How does it feel for sturdiness? I'm wondering how high you can stack them and how much weight they can take once stacked full of soap.
So where did you find that design? It must be a pretty handy site. Or did you design it yourself?