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Clip-On Pocket Bat-Signal!

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Summon the Dark Knight with this Pocket Clip-On Bat-Signal Emiter! Clips on a smarthphone and uses the flash function!

3 different Bat-logos snap right into the emiter, and there is also a blank version so you can make your own! Since not all of us have the same smartphone I'm also making available a long clip you can attach and slide around to adjust it ;)

Very easy to print and to assemble, all pieces snap in place! Print model as it is arranged in the "Complete" file so that the rounded bottom of the shroud doesnt curl up and the bottom layer gets a bit squished to better fit the bat-logos, use supports as necesarry.

3D printing settings

For PLA
Supports: Yes
Speed: 60 mm/s
Extruder: 205°C
Heatbed: 65°C
Fans: 100%
For PLA it fits the iPhone 6 out of the printer (FDM). For ABS you may need to adjust for plastic shrinkage (FDM).

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Hi, the signals should just snap on and off. If they keep falling down I would suggest scaling them down just a bit .3% to 1%. This is due primarily because there are a ton of printer models and there is always dimensional errors in printed objects, I can´t predict what the dimensional verror might be with any particular machine. In the future I will upgrade it with a fastening mechanism I just need to find a bit of spare time.

How do you get bat signals to attach to the base, they just fall off when they go on, was there a clip or screw piece that fastens it to the base?