Replacement pulp guard for a "power juicer".
A friend acquired a broken "Power Juicer" and fixed it up, however it was missing the pulp guard and catch basin. While tying a bag to the pulp output port works, it still makes quite a mess... so we have the technology to build one!
This pulp guard probably doesn't work with the real container, as we didn't have one to use. Measuring the juicer with calipers was quite the pain, as the shape did not make it easy -- the values may be slightly off based on your printer's tolerances, but I believe they should be fine.
I printed the two halves ("juicer_thing.stl" and "juicer_thing_mirror.stl") and acetoned them together. For those people with a large enough build platform, use the full piece ("juicer_thing_full.stl").
We still use a plastic bag to catch the pulp, but at least it doesn't go flying everywhere, and the bag is easier to tie up.
To make washing the guard easier, I acetone-smoothed the entire piece using a preval sprayer, followed by a few wipes using an acetone-soaked cotton ball.