Mahogany Striped Hamper

3D printing gives you the ability to create what you desire and imagine. When I was unable to find a hamper that suited my needs after searching in stores and online for over a year, I designed one. The design went through a few iterations before I settled on making one using Mahogany edge bands and plywood that was leftover from a business venture. This was the second hamper I have made with 3D printed elements. The first was a hamper stool that served its purpose but did not have enough storage space for my current needs.

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Chair Design Series, Part 4

It has been a little over 2 years and the chair design I was close to printing has not been printed. I was having difficulty trying to figure out how to prevent the chair from collapsing in the middle. My goal was to have an entirely 3d printed chair that could be printed on a desktop 3d printer. Some details remain; however, I believe printing can begin this Summer.

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Chair Design Series, Part 2

In this part, I will be making adjustments to the chair following recommendations from a Wood Magazine article, Must Have Measurements For Comfortable Seating; Pallozorodcarlocom; and measurements from sitting in chairs. The adjustments I make will be specific for me. If you are following along, alter dimensions for your personal comfort.

Must Have Measurements for Comfortable Seating chart

Adjustmentcm
ASeat height (from floor)16-18″18 1/8″46.0375
BSeat depth15-18″17″43.18
CSeat width16-20″16 1/2″41.91
DSeat angle0-5°-2°——————
EBack height12-16″16″40.64
FBack angle5-15°10°——————
GDerriere clearance3-8″9″22.86
HArm rest height7-9″Not applicableNot applicable
IArm rest depth8″Not applicableNot applicable
JArm rest width2″Not applicableNot applicable
KArm rest distance19″Not applicableNot applicable