Update 17th of December 2018: Made a variant of the head and leg that now uses M3 bolts and nuts instead of M4 (Filenames are appended with M3). This fixes some issues with the original that left ugly outerwall holes when using normal sized nozzles (like 0.4). I have not test printed these, so if you are brave enough to test these, let me know if there's any issues!
Nuts and bolts. No glue needed!
Decided to slice the Makerbot original into three pieces more suitable for the 200x200x180mm print volume of the Wanhao i3 Plus. Didn't want to mess about with glue or acetone bonding, so now it assembles using bolts and nuts-
I used M4x20 bolts (shorter will do, 20 is the maximum size) and M4 nuts for the head part of the holder and M6x10 (maybe?) and M6 nuts for the base. You may need to gently persuade the M6 nuts to go into their holes. I applied a hammer and punch. Was gentle enough!
Also included a wall hanger version I quickly did. Haven't had time to test print it, so use with caution.
You may notice that the parts are in weird orientation. Not intended to be printed like that, just use your slicer to put it to proper orientation suitable for your printer.