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Toilet paper hexagon

by atoomnet Mar 11, 2018
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How about a cover (lid) for each cell? Would help with humidity issues as well as give it an open/closed aspect. Then also could do a single print for setting on vanity or toilet tank. The mind boggles with possibilities....

could you make one that is printable in vase mode? I would love to try with a thick nozzle

Hi Zarsk!

Use the same model file, but scale model and subsctract about 2 cm in x-y and 1 cm in z.
Try if that give desired result.

Why is there one "box" that is sealed on both ends? Is it intended to be cut open as needed?

By the way, very nice concept. I am definitely going to make a setup for my bathroom. Two thumbs up Dude.

(NOTE: I found out that the second "box" is not sealed, it was just how it lined up when imported into Cura. My apologies)


Note the one .stl with the 2 plates. You can use that in Cura to play with the infill percentage in order to save some plastic. Post a Make when you get around printing it.

Attach a 3-D printed bee!

would be nice if you make it so they interlock. so you wouldn't need every single one of them to be screwed in to the wall. just screwed in at certain areas like top sides and bottom.

Only two cups need to be printed with the screw hole. The rest is printed without holes. Everything is glued together.

well gluing is actually worse than screwing cuz u cant take the glued ones apart to change arrangement or whatever.

Nothing stops you from remixing the design and incorporate all the changes you want.

Really smart idea!! Thanks for including info of the glue you used, always nice to know what others use.

wich slicer u used for the dynamic layerheight and dynamic infill ?

I used Cura 3.2 for the dynamic layer height en dynamic infill.