Denture Drill Bit Holder Is a Brilliant Use For 3D Printer
In case you haven’t heard, conventional tool boxes are totally old news. Why lug around a boring box when you can fire up a 3D printer and make this creepy thing? Just as the name suggests, this desktop storage device lets you keep all of your drill bits organized in a pair of realistic hinged dentures.
One thing to consider is that you’ll need to supply your own drill bits to fill up the mouth. Not sure if your drill bits are the standard size? According to the designer behind the dentures, standard means 6.35mm (or 0.24 inch) drill bits.
The hinged jaws can be opened completely, giving you easy access to all of your drill bits and a grisly view at all of the realistic details. Each of the driver/drill bits are held in place using a tiny magnet. This way the top teeth won’t fall out.
According to a craftsman: “This is a stylized bit holder that holds 28 standard driver bits. There are magnets to hold the bits in place and it is made out of chemical resistant PETG plastic. I chose PETG over PLA or ABS due to its chemical resistance, ability to survive a hot day in a car without issues, & slight flexibility to help deal with impacts/handling.”