Use 3D printing to make soap :-)

Use 3D printing to make soap :-)


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X1 Carbon

0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
8.7 h
2 plates



Use 3D Printing to make these adorable looking soaps and soap dishes. Please watch the video first before proceeding.

This is a fun introduction into the exciting world of soap making by utilizing 3d printing, mold making and melt and pour soap.

Important Notice - Due to the design of these soaps, it is highly recommended NOT to have these around children under the age of six. They will think these are lollipops. So keep these out of reach of children under this age!!!

To see how the project is completed please watch the video above. It is super simple and there is even a PDF download with instructions for when you download the STL files.

If you'd like to carry out this project, the first step is to download the STL files and get printing the mold templates / mold covers / soap dish and Lollipop Stick Guide.

The below items will also be required for this project. You don't have to use amazon or the specific products I've listed. The below is just a guide. I just found it easier to order everything I required from the same place.

Items required and links to them are below:

Liquid Silicone Smooth Plastic Shore A 20 - Approximately 500ml

Take note the below is Shore A 20 but I've also had great results with Shore A 12. Also, these are not single use molds. I've used the same molds to make over 30 of these soaps so far and they're still going strong.

The Melt and Pour Soap - 1 kg - I personally used Goats Milk based, White SLS as well as Aloe Vera.

Soap Coloring.

Soap Scents. ( I was fond of the strawberry )

Isopropyl Alcohol, 99%.

Wooden Lollipop Sticks

A step by step instruction guide is available to download on PDF when you download the STL's. I'll recommend watching the video and referring to the guide as you carry out this project.

So happy printing and have fun.

Additional Links:

If you want bonus designs every month and want to stay up to date with my projects, then become a Patreon.

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Anyway, have fun, happy printing. And any questions just shoot me a DM. :-)


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