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Space Invader Toilet Paper Holder

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Space Invader Toilet Paper Holder by sebisebman May 19, 2014

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This is a new Design based on FMMT666 Invader Toilet Holder. I did a complete redesign since i didn't like FMMT666 Handling of the Paper roll. With this design you can quickly exchange the rolls.
Happy printing!

Instructions

Just glue the left and the right Part together. I made groves so they wont move while the glue is hardening. That is all. The Toilet Paper goes onto the Plastic Roll and both into the Holder - done.

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Thanks to answer me. I don't have enclosed printing area, my printer is in my desk. Heated bed, yes i have. My bed size are : 303040 and it's a Creality CR-10.
So, infill ? And other parameter for a good result ? I'm using Simplify3D.
Thanks.

What settings do you recommend for printing?

This depends very much on your printer and how it is set up. Do you have a enclosed printing Area? Do you have a heated bed? The biggest problem with this print is its size. It is quite likely to bend and loose contact to the base so anything you can do to prevent that would be helpful. Resolution is not much of an Issue since the Model itself doesn't have any fine details. Overhangs are also not existing (as long as you place it with its back to the ground...)

This is way too big for my bed so what should I scale it down to but still be able to fit a roll on there.

With my printer, i have turn it for 45°. That's fine.

Sweet I'm so printing this in glow in the dark fillament!

Hey. I am considering to print this but how have you attached it to the wall?

Depends on the Wall. If it is flat you can use Double-Sided Adhesive Tape - there are some special ones to glue Mirrors to Tiles... Or you can use Screws: In the backside of the Eyes there is a little Groove - Just buy Screws with very large Flat Heads and arrange them so that the Screwheads will fit into the groove.

i'm printing it on a big printer! thanks for your help! i'll post it after i get it done!

can you make it a single piece?

I added a single piece. Please keep in mind to scale the roll as well if you scale the main model.

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