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WENDOs – UNIVERSAL DIY HOLDER
for flowers, plants, candles, pencils and stuff...
- Version 2.0
- 4 sizes
- 41 STL-Files
WENDOs are versatile DIY holders designed by GRAVITYSHAPES and almost as extensive as a Swiss pocket knife. This WENDO set (version 2.0) contains 3D print data for WENDOs in sizes S, M, L and XL. There are two standard external shapes (round and spiky) as well as various accessories (inserts) for e.g. tealights or glasses (with threaded parts for several everyday glasses such as small and large spice jars, jam, silver onion, spice cucumber and sauced glasses).
Thus, a 3D printer can print WENDOs, e.g. as a tealight holder, flower vase, pencil holder, plant pot or for various other stuff. WENDOs can also be rotated 180 degrees so that e.g. tealights or your own vases can also be placed into the WENDO.
The WENDO(s) version 2.0 included here has an ideal double ring system. This makes the objects easy to use for new purposes without having to be disassembled. The inner ring (accessory) is simply exchanged with another threaded part, a tealight holder or a floor plate, and the WENDO can be used for something new.
Standard WENDO sizes (assembled):
- Round shape – Size S: Approx. 8.8 x 8.8 x 7.4 cm (also suitable for 1.75 mm filament*)
- Round shape – Size M: Approx. 10.8 x 10.8 x 9.1 cm
- Round shape – Size L: Approx. 18 x 18 x 15 cm (also suitable for 2.85 mm filament*)
- Round shape – Size XL: Approx. 21.8 x 21.8 x 18 cm (also suitable for 2.85 mm filament*)
- Spiky shape – Size S: Approx. 14.6 x 14.6 x 9.5 cm (also suitable for 1.75 mm filament*)
- Spiky shape – Size M: Approx. 18 x 18 x 11.7 cm
- Spiky shape – Size L: Approx. 23.2 x 23.2 x 15.1 cm (also suitable for 2.85 mm filament*)
- Spiky shape – size XL: no separate outer part, but the size L should fit (also suitable 2.85 mm filament*)
*For more printing tips and information (in English and German) about WENDOs visit:
By the way: The name WENDO received the GRAVITYSHAPES 3D model from the German word “wenden” (turn) and its round form “O”. In Swahili, the word “WENDO” means “movement”. This also describes the flexibility of these 3D objects very well.