This will hold most light sabers up to 4.5cm in diameter – the relief in the bottom portion is cut out to allow for wall mount power to your saber or for sound – the upper part will hold a 1″ (25.4mm) blade securely enough that it wont fall out, but easy enough to take off the wall in case of Imperial entanglements. This is a bare plastic print.
How it Works
Whilst we’re ultra-nerdy enough to run a fine suite of well maintained 3D printers, our CAD skills are a work in progress. We’re predominantly a 3D printing service and only charge for machine time, which is usually only NZ$3.00 p.h.! Our little 3D print store is simply an example of some of the items we can print for you from well know sources such as www.ThingiVerse.com. It’s a great source of 3D Printer files and we invite you to explore. If you see something you like, just come back to us for a print quote. ThingiVerse designs are covered by a range of different licenses from ‘free to do what you want’ Creative Commons licenses right through to ‘non-commercial’ clauses. For anything other than CC, we’ll work with you to ensure no distribution licenses are breached (usually by simply asking the designer if we can print the item on your behalf). Easy as that. So if you’re looking for a design we don’t have listed as an example, just contact us.
Designer : www.thingiverse.com/Elloel/about
This item is covered by the Creative Commons – Attribution license
We tip the designers! Even though the example designs we use fall under Creative Commons, we still like to give credit where credit is due so always endeavour to ‘tip’ the designer for their work via (for example) the ThingiVerse ‘tip designer’ feature. We aim for a 10% tip (or the nearest equivalent on the drop-down). If the designer doesn’t accept tips, 10% goes to a local charity!