My spin on the rolling log mousetrap after seeing them on youtube https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Rolling+Log+MouseTrap
Requires (2) 608 bearings, a bucket and a piece of 3/4" CPVC cut to fit.
The pipe is 3/4" CPVC which has an OD of ~22.3mm and 608 bearings with an OD of 22mm so the sleeve will slip on both snugly. Pipe is cut to length depending on your bucket since some are slightly different.
Sleeves are printed in TPU.
The other parts can be whatever you choose. I suggest PETG for durability but used makergeeks PLA for a first run and that's what is shown in the pics.
The pins go through the clips big hole and into the small hole then the bucket will help them stay in place once put in place.
The trap works by spreading bait such as peanut butter on the middle of the pipe and adding 2-2.5 gallons of water in the bucket then add ramps or other method of making it so the mice can get to the ends of the pipe.
The mice walk out on the pipe to get the bait and it spins dropping them into the water to drown.
EDIT: replaced LogTrapBucketClip stl's with 3 sizes to fit the bucket edge better depending on your bucket. There are 7.6mm, 8.2mm and 9.6mm gap sizes in the file names now.
I used supports for the holes in the clips but they're optional.
Infill for TPU sleeves was 20%
Infill for PLA was set to 25%