Modeled and quickly sculpted in couple hours, printed in PLA and PETG.
Implementing the wall-mounted spool holders, I found that there’s no standard hardware for mounting a rod 5″ from the wall (except an overpriced Martha Stewart Living bracket), at least in my nearest Home Depot. So 15 minutes in Fusion 360, and 3 hours printing each side in PETG, and here you go. Published on Thingiverse.
Wood dowel 1 1/4″ used for the rod.
After some tuning with 0.25mm nozzle, mini tabletop figurines are coming out fine.
Credits: thingiverse link
As reported by 3dprinting.com, 3dhubs is switching to B2B model. They say, “[w]e tested the impact of a more controlled and consistent manufacturing service and customer feedback has been so overwhelmingly positive, it is hard to ignore.”
So they are dumping every non-professional printing shop (and some professional shops, too) and getting away your ability to pick a local maker or choose between different prices. They are so “confident” about their customers supporting this move, that they hunted down every hub mentioning this announcement, and suspending them for the egregious violation of putting their name in front of their customers.
And of course, you can always order directly from me.
Sometimes you want to mount that railing to the bottom of the cabinet instead of the wall. Fusion 360, Prusa MK3 and white PETG to the rescue.
Published as: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3060082/files
These are two bolt-down jigs for sanding, and two handheld blocks with the same (negative) radius.