‘ORBZ’ are a unique and stylish orb shaped storage solution for small things. There are three storage compartments and each layer separates to allow access to the lower layers storage area. Rotate the layers back to the aligned position to close your ‘ORBZ’ back into an intriguing, attention grabbing display piece that draws attention… what’s inside???.
At standard scale ‘ORBZ’ measure 75mm diameter fully assembled. The clearances designed in have been set to make this assemble without issues on most machines however with highly accurate machines / slicing apps they can be uniformly reduced in size by up to 10% if required (which will tighten clearances).. They should be able to be can be uniformly scaled up if you want greater storage capacity.
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