Updated version 2.--Fixed the problem where part of it would not touch the build plate and cause it to fail.
Holds the included glue stick and scrapper that comes with these printers.
It prints in two pieces and you just glue the square holder to the other piece. I was originally printing this in one piece but it was just a waste of filament for support and the glue stick holder hole created a problem getting the supports out. Without support the hole wasnt coming out the correct dimension. It ended up being much easyier to just use some crazy glue.
I use gorilla glue gel CA on my parts but I am sure any CA works. Its solid when glued. Quick and easy.
This is kind of a work in progress. I am thinking about making it bigger and adding more items it can hold.
The original idea and design came from someone named Van Morris on Polard3d.com https://polar3d.com/objects//194673. His version was way too think all around. It got caught on the lid of the printer and stuck out a lot from the side. I slimed all of it down a lot to fit and look sleek, extended the peg for the scrapper, changed the angle of the peg. Saved a lot of fillament and I think it looks and sits better on the printer now. I also made the glue stick hole larger so it doesnt get stuck and you can use other glue sticks.
Check out polar3d.com if you dont know about it. https://polar3d.com/objects//194673
I just used Dremels ECO ABS and the standard settings.