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Star Wars Salt and Pepper Shakers

by Karen5R Apr 25, 2015
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The Art is great but the design is not. I'm thinking 1 solid piece with a hole and plug in the bottom. I'm sorry, I am very new to this. I have printed this 12 different ways because I love it and I am not an artist!! The tabs keep breaking off to make the connection useless!! I have tried 4 different filaments. In any case , thank you. I love the work.

I'm sorry you are having trouble with it. There is a "screw top" version you could try: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1477016. I do more designing than printing (I get them printed elsewhere), and I'm sorry I don't have any suggestions for you.

The Darth Vader and Storm Trooper Shakers are now TWISTED!
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Fantastic! I did a very fast print with low fill (PLA) and it is very strong. The design looks great!! I will mess around with the quality of my print but it looks good even at the lowest settings. Thank you.

Great! Enjoy!

Thanks, That's great!! I'll try them out.

Hey I think your shakers are awesome. I have been trying to remix them with design spark mechanical so that there is a threaded plug in the bottom and a solid top. I have been able to make the solid top but haven't been able to get the bottom to have a threaded plug. Can you help make this happen please.

Thanks! I'll see if I can come up with something. My program isn't fancy, but I have an idea to try for threading it.

Thanks that would be awesome.

Hi, I haven't forgotten about your request, it's just being a little uncooperative. But I'm close. By solid top, are you trying to make it more of a "box" to hold things instead of a salt shaker?

I'm not sure I quite did what you wanted, but I remixed them with threaded lids.

Feel the power of the Dark Side! We have salt troopers... and Darth Pepper... and the Condiment Star! Unfortunately, the Rebels have the Millenium Plate!

How do you get the lids on???

Hi, there are hooks on the bottom part that fit into rectangular slots in the top. It will sit cockeyed at first until you slide the top of his head into place. Pictures 2 and 3 are visual representations of what I'm saying. Enjoy!

Now these are cool. I finally am going to need to buy some Black PLA however.