The Book House - Modular Book Holder and drawers

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The Book House - Modular Book Holder and drawers

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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 12% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 12% infill
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Description

This 3D printable book holder / drawer cabinet can be made into a variety of configurations. Just keep it on your end table, night stand, or coffee table. Tuck your reading glasses in the cubby, and add some drawer stackers to store pens, a highlighter, the remote, or little trinkets nearby. The drawers are accessible from either side of the cabinet and come with two variants, with and without alignment top pins. Stack them up and let gravity hold them in place, or for a more permanent connection you can glue the boxes together with super glue or epoxy.

 

The .ZIP folder contains all the files and drawer boxes, the Bambu .3MF file has the build configuration featured in this video.
 

The main foot print is approximately 175mm x 175mm, the height will vary depending on how many drawers you add and whether or not you use the base.

All pieces are positioned in the their intended Support-Free printing position.

Pieces Included (for both .3MF & STL file types):

  • Book House Tent (top triangle piece)
  • Drawer Stacker Narrow (x2, with and without top alignment pins)
  • Drawer Stacker Large (x2, with and without top alignment pins)
  • Drawer Narrow (x2, divided and open)
  • Drawer Large (x2, divided and open)
  • Base
  • Feet (x2, angled and straight)
  • Thumb Page Holder (x4, two sizes, and two hole variants)
  • Xyklip (for connecting feet)

The Book House and drawer stackers are all designed to fit in a build volume of 180mm x 180mm x 180mm

Designed to hold books in the 6-9 in height range.

Recommended FDM Print Settings:

  • Nozzle: .4mm
  • Layer Height: .2mm (save a little time by using .24mm layer height)
  • Infill:10-15%
  • Shells: 3
  • Supports: NONE

*digital files only, you will receive the .STL/.3MF files to 3D print these models yourself, no physical product will be shipped.

**Files/models for personal use, and subject to our terms of use at xykit.com

 

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Really good model that is very helpful to organize some of my knick knacks
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Your prints look fantastic! Is that wood filament?
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Replying to @xykit :
Yeah the lighter part is wood filiment, I believe it was the creality white pine pla and for the drawers I used regular pla from bambu lab
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Replying to @HenryNeal :
Awesome, that looks really good!
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Created with wood PLA and then painted. Also added the drawer pull!
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Very nice! Thanks for sharing
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 12% infill
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That looks great, nice print! Thanks for sharing.
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This just looks so cool. Thanks for sharing.
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Thank you, glad you like it!
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Boosting because I love the unique model carving to make a synthetic wood more pronounced. Would love to see more designs featuring the faux wood grain.
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Thanks so much!
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Why did you include 4 filaments in the bambu print profile when it only requires two? It seems unnecessary and confusing.
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Those were the filaments loaded in the machine when Save was clicked. It's something you will see quite often, and will have to get used to.
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This is our first upload to MakerWorld. I didn't realize that Bambu Studio automatically saved the other filaments in the AMS even though they aren't being used for the models, but that's good to know.
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Creative!
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Thank you!
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I'm currently printing this, I really like the impact of the darker woodgrain shown in the renders, has anyone ventured into this post print? I have printed the whole unit in 1 colour, I can paint the nails silver, just unsure about the wood grain, I feel like paint would spread between the layers and look a mess.
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I wonder if you did a dark "wash" if that would give you the effect you were looking for. It would probably darken up everything a little bit, but might get into the cracks like you are hoping, good luck! I'd love to see what you come up with.
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Print is amazing. I purchased if from your site when it was published. Any potential for a triangle shape drawer for the top piece?
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Hey there, thanks so much. That's an interesting idea, not sure that it would work with the current triangle top since there is an inset but maybe a variant in the future :)
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Very cool book nook - easy to print. Love the different possibilities and the variability.
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Thanks so much! Glad you like it.
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