My name is Flora and broke pretty much everything that falls into my clumsy hands!
Last Sunday, I broke one of the containers of my RIMFORSA kitchen set.
RIMFORSA jar set | IKEA.com
Instead of buying a whole new set (that I would certainly break again in no time), I decided to keep the lid and holder and design a new jar with my 3D printer.
Here is the result:
It was made in PLA with a 3D printer Neva from DAGOMA (but any 3D printer can fit).
I made it black but you can do any color you like. Here is the link where people can download the 3D file.
~ by Flora
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