This is a quick solution for cleaning up the presentation when bringing a 2" dia. PVC pipe through the wall.
This plate is 4.5" by 4.5" and has 2 hole's for standard screw (#8 1-1/4" Phillips) used for wall-anchors:
- e.g., Twist-N-Lock 75 lb. #8 x 1-1/4 in. Philips Zinc-Plated Nylon Flat-Head Drywall Anchors with Screws (found at local Home Depot)
It has a hole in the center large enough for the threaded end of the "2 in. PVC Male Terminal Adapter" to fit through.
NOTE: rotate the plate to place screws at top/bottom -or- left/right as desired.
Standard 2" PVC fittings are used to finish the installation:
- 2 in. PVC Male Terminal Adapter
- 2 in. Rigid Plastic Insulated Bushing
- 2 in. Rigid Conduit Locknut
(I found all of these parts at a local Home Depot.)
PLA Galaxy Silver
Just use default Prusa PLA settings
I needed a quick wall plate. I measured one of the dual switch wall plates around my house: 4.5" by 4.5"
I needed room for the threaded end of the "2 in. PVC Male Terminal Adapter" to fit through: 2.4" diameter hole, centered in the plate.
And I needed 2 screw holes, sized for #8 screws and recessed so the screw head would fit flush with the surface of the plate. These should be moved outward to leave a good amount of drywall between the large PVC hole and where the dry wall anchors would have to be placed.
Lastly, the plate is to be 1/4" thick with a beveled edge all around.
To create these parts
I used Shapr3d on and iPad Pro using the pencil for drawing in 2D and then extruding to 3D. Saved the .stl from the iPad to my mac. Uploaded the .stl into PrusaControl, selected PLA and used default settings. It generated the .gode file which i uploaded to my printer for printing.