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Selling 3D Printed Paint Racks!!!

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Do you have lots of GW paint sitting around crying for organization?

Then maybe you need one of these:

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Here are some feature of this paint solution

  • Each layer holds 12 GW paint pots (newer style)
  • All layers spin independently around the center
  • The modular design allows for customized storage- 36, 48, 60 pots or more!
  • The rack can be disassembled for easy transport and storage
  • Spacers are included in the kit to accommodate various paint pot heights

 

Here is what is included in the 3 Tier system:

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Here is a shot of spacers added to accommodate wash and contrast paints:

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How crazy can your solution be? Maybe not 10 Tier, but it has been tested 🙂 

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What will this cost?

The base 3 Tier system (36 pots, perfect for the new Contrast line) is $30

Each additional level added to your rack is +$6

How do you order one?

Please send me a PM to arrange your order. Once payment is received via PayPal, delivery will be arranged.

Can this be shipped?

Although the printed racks are durable, there is no current plan to ship these and will be limited to pickup only

Will these be available at OFCC?

After fulfilling preorders (which can be delivered at OFCC), I may have some for sale during the event. This is not guaranteed, so if you want to ensure availability then please order one.

Do these hold other brands of paint?

No, this solution is limited to the current GW paint pot  (introduced in 2011)

 

So, let me know if you are interested in my rack. 🙂 

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These are really nice. You should work on variant tiers that will fit dropper bottles and P3 pots for those of us who can't decide on what brand of paint to use. 😛 I may think about getting one just for my contrast paints in the semi-near future... my paint collection is far too massive to be contained in even two of those stacked 10 tiers high (and as I said, all various brands.)

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1 hour ago, paxmiles said:

If I turn it upside-down or tip it on it's side, do the paints spill everywhere?

They look really good. I just need the no spill version because I tend to make a mess.

Nope, they hold in pretty good 🙂

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7 hours ago, Sgt. Rock said:

These are really nice. You should work on variant tiers that will fit dropper bottles and P3 pots for those of us who can't decide on what brand of paint to use. 😛 I may think about getting one just for my contrast paints in the semi-near future... my paint collection is far too massive to be contained in even two of those stacked 10 tiers high (and as I said, all various brands.)

Yeah, I use a handful from different manufacturers, and one or two tiers for dropper bottles would be great to be able to slot in there.

4 hours ago, scottshoemaker said:

Bryan's got a nice rack.

Glad I wasn't the one who had to say it 😉

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For this design, I am simply the printer and not the designer. So, building alternate tiers for various paint brands is out of my wheel house. 😞 

When I originally found the design, I was immediately drawn to how well it held the GW pots.

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