These are stands for the various sonic screwdriver toys that have been released. The bottoms are hexagonal to allow them to sit well next to each other or be arranged relatively artistically. The screwdrivers sit in them with a little wiggle room so there's no friction - they're stable, but not tight.
Each stand has a small nameplate that indicates which doctor used the respective screwdriver. Most of these are self-explanatory, however, a few require some additional info:
- "WAR" indicates the War Doctor from the 50th anniversary special.
- "11" is obviously the 11th Doctor, but this should fit all the various versions of that screwdriver that were released. I have three different versions and they all work.
- "M" is the Master - a silver/gold screwdriver.
- "RS" is River Song - a modified version of the 10th Doctor's screwdriver.
- "C.1", "C.2", and "C.3" are the bodies for the "Custom" or "Build Your Own Sonic Screwdriver" set. If you put the pieces together in like-for-like sets you will get three uniform-looking screwdrivers. Look at the pictures and you'll see them:
- C.1 looks like the 11th Doctor's sonic. I have this grouped with the other versions of the 11th Doctor's sonic.
- C.2 has a silvery "Gallifreyan" look to it. This is on the left side of the photo.
- C.3 has a gold/white look that resembles the Master's screwdriver. This is also on the left side of the photo.
As of Jan 21, 2019 I have stands for everything but the Trans-Temporal screwdriver simply because I don't own it. I've marked this a "work in progress" to indicate that I may add it at a later date. I added the 8th Doctor stand after the original release so you don't see it in the pictures but it's there. The stands that are currently published are not expected to change.
For some reason Fusion 360 loves saving these models sideways. Rotate them so the flat bottom is down.
I was able to print these without any supports, though to ensure the edges stuck down and stayed crisp I used a brim for adhesion. You may not need to. One thing to look at if you print the 13th Doctor's stand is the small bumps that hold it in place - these technically do have an overhang that might require supports but they're small enough that they shouldn't. If it gets hosed up on your print, you may need them on that one.