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I own an Ikea gas range. Most of the low to mid-range appliances on the market today are all made by the same company, regardless of "brand." For example,Whirlpool makes Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Sears and Ikea (plus a bunch of others).

One of the knobs on my range broke. They are poorly designed, so it was just a matter of time. Also, the low-quality silver finish permanently discolored with ordinary cooking. (I've included a photo.)

Since I had to do some work on the stove anyway to replace the defective cooling fan, I thought I would freshen up everything at once and replace all of the knobs.

No way! $24 bucks a piece. I've got 5 knobs! And I didn't like the way they performed anyway. So, I designed these.

I have included designs for the large and the small knob, in two different "colors." One of them is designed to be printed in a single color. The other is designed so that, if you print it in layers, it will show a contrasting pointer.

There's no trick to printing these (especially the 1-color version). I chose PETG because it's a little stronger and higher temperature than PLA. But let's face it: if your knobs are getting up to the melting point of PLA, you've probably got other problems.

Design Files

File Size

small knob.stl
647 KB
small knob_2-color.stl
905 KB
large knob.stl
624 KB
large knob_2-color.stl
621 KB


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