tardis outlet cover

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tardis outlet cover by lookwhatjoeysmaking Apr 14, 2013
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a cover for a outlet in the shape of a tardis from the series doctor who. the 3rd file is if it it to small and you cant get the screw in the wall. i had do this because it fit the outlet at my school but not at my house.

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With the MakerBot mini, would love to print vertically but not enough space to make it flat. Anyone k ow how to do this?

Super cool! I'm going go paint the details over the origanal blue, I think it will look cool, like a bowtie! :D

sadly i don't have the original files any more. but i can tell you how i made it. i took a file of a 3d tardis and cut off everything but one side then cut out the outlets.

Can you provide the original source files? I want to make a light switch version :D

Nice! The back should be completely flat, though. The way it is causes a large (and unnecessary) bridge on the left and right sides.

i dedn't print it face down that is just the way thingiverse made it look in the view sorry. ;)

Quickly ended up with a spaghetti mess. How did you print this face-down successfully? It would be a simple print with the image face-up. I would still like to print this because it does look good.

when you go to print it just rotate it. sorry for the confusion. post a picture of it when you have printed it.