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    Nespresso Capsule Stand / Holder (Minimal, Triangular, 15 Capsules)

    Hi all, I am new to the forum! Looking forward to learning as much as possible :-)I designed a simple Nespresso Coffee Capsule stand for my wife that would not take up too much space in our small kitchen.I have printed a few but am hoping to get some feedback and pics of others who have printed it.The stl can be found here: https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/20307
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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    That's very neat.
    Good bit of design.

    Would be better if you could remove the pods from the bottom though.
    Make it a pods height taller and have a sliding spring loaded stop so you can just pull it down and take a pod out from the bottom.
    Not springs - small elastic bands. That way you could easily hook it up to the sliding 'trapdoor' on the insdie of the tower. Be easy to have a seevral hooks at different heights for maximum elastic band compatibility.

    I've got a tassimo and made a holder a few years ago. Can't find any pics on this computer - which is weird.
    I'll dig some out. :-)

    Coffee pod machines are BRILLIANT !
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    Thanks!I am just a bit curious... "aardvark"... are you from SA?

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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    lol
    nope - Just really like aardvarks :-)
    I do make really good biltong though ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    lol nope - Just really like aardvarks :-) I do make really good biltong though ;-)
    Eish now you got me curious :-D

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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    I also make boerwors and droewors.

    Pretty much the first practical thing I ever designed and 3d printed were custom sized nozzles for my sausage stuffer (makes using collagen casing much much easier if you don't have to unravel them first - for some reason none of the tubes that come with stuffers ever fit standard sized collagen casings). After 6 years I'm still using the original prints :-)

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