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Toilet paper roll holder

by cibomahto, published

Toilet paper roll holder by cibomahto Jan 30, 2011

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Tired of having to hunt for that roll of soft tissue every time you do your business? If only there were a fashionable hook upon which you could place this precious velvet!

Fortunately for you, oh bachelor or bachelorette, Science has heard your cries and has an answer! What you are seeking is called a toilet paper roll holder, and they are none too difficult to acquire! Sensible people would go to the store and buy a nice wooden or metal one to match their decor, but who are we kidding? You're either desperate or have no sense of taste, so join the club and print yourself one now!

This design is inspired by Charles Pax's filament spool holder. You'll need a Thingomatic with a slightly taller than average (116mm+) build height in order to construct it.

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Finally! Even SCAD!

Remove the base and make a center hole version.
i made this and its awesome :) however i slightly "optimized" a bit, cut down a tiny bit on height of base, made base smaller, and split in into to parts thats locks inte place, so it can be printable on normal z-height ToM, also, it takes like 20 less minutes to print because of the optimizations to the base.
The but at the end didn't quite print, so a bit of epoxy and scrap raft to finish. Works well enough.

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Finally! Even SCAD!

Remove the base and make a center hole version.
i made this and its awesome :) however i slightly "optimized" a bit, cut down a tiny bit on height of base, made base smaller, and split in into to parts thats locks inte place, so it can be printable on normal z-height ToM, also, it takes like 20 less minutes to print because of the optimizations to the base.
May your life be as long and as useful as a roll of toilet paper. :-P Nice work, making one for the bathroom beside the basement lab :)
The but at the end didn't quite print, so a bit of epoxy and scrap raft to finish. Works well enough.
I would flattr you if I could. This is one of the most useful things I've seen on here!
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