Pallet Coaster



Was cleaning up and organzing the study, and ran across a handful of Popsicle sticks just sitting there…waiting.

So this happened…

I wonder why I can’t actually get anything done around here?


@jules, You need to cut out a mini forklift next


Ooooh! I think I saw a 3D printer model for a baby pallet jack - might need to revisit! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


oh, that’s brilliant - maybe it could hold packets of sugar or something coffee-mug related (tea bags?)


OMG… That’s super-cool.
But my OCD would force me to destroy them because I imagine a drop hitting one of the lower slabs and not being able to clean it well. It’d drive me NUTS! Although maybe a Q-Tip?


Chuckle! Yeah, that would be tough to clean. (grin)


A whole mini loading dock!


With her new shipping facility in place, we can have @jules take over the shipping of the GF.

So when do I get mine???


take a deep breath - it’s ok. You can put a nice, thick layer of cork on the bottom. :coffee:


No no… Not the bottom of the bottom… the top of the bottom. The inside area. Don’t make me think about it anymore! :slight_smile:


You know, a little set of pallets would make a cool trivet too - you could set the baking tray down on them and move them wherever needed…

Oh well…I kept the file. :stuck_out_tongue:

You want a little bitty one? Been thinking about doing a 3D printer render of the GF for the tree…

(Pardon me while i slap myself a few times…that is just going too far…sick, sick, sick …)


Not until you figure out how you’re going to make the button glow.


Yes, yes we do! :squeeee:


Glad to see I’m not the only nutcase who thought about it! (grin) :hedgie:


If it were in two pieces, one could place a blinky/throwy led behind the button… :innocent:

Heading on home now.


Just make it hollow, drill out the button on the model (or remove it virtually), then snake one of the Christmas lights into the rear so it shines through the button.


Oh dadgummit! No more ideas! (grin)


Didn’t realize how big a can of worms you opened with a simple throwaway post, huh?


And a sound chip inside to make the noises.


That’s one big coffee mug!