This is a free-standing toilet paper stand. It has threaded feet so you can slightly adjust it if it's not on a level surface and you can add any number of 200/220mm (holds 2 rolls) or 100/120mm (holds 1 roll) lengths. I say "200/220mm" because the usable length is 200mm and the threads are 20mm.
Everything screws together - no other parts or glue required - and there is a cap to cover up the top. The inside threads are longer so you can tighten it up nice and snug.
The pictures only show the 200/220mm lengths, but the 100/120mm length also works.
Adhesion: Brim, .2mm x 6mm
Infill: 40% for base (to make the whole thing bottom-heavy. You could go higher if you want the bottom heavier), 20% for all other parts
Top Thickness: 2mm
Bottom Thickness: 2mm
Vertical Thickness: 2mm
Printing surface: Glass bed w/ Elmer's All-Purpose Glue Stick, which stuck so well I damaged the base getting it off the bed :-(
Initial layer nozzle temp: 210C
Nozzle temp: 205C
Initial layer bed temp: 70C
Bed temp: 70C
Initial layer fan: 0%
Fan: 100% @ layer 2
Initial layer thickness: .2mm
Layer thickness: .15mm
Initial layer extrusion: 98%
Initial layer speed: 55mm/s
Designed in Fusion 360. My parents wanted a toilet paper stand and I figured out how to make threads so this was the result.
Print base flat
Print segments vertically, M side up
Print feet vertically with thread side up
Print cap upside-down with thread side up