Tape dispenser in the shape of a rabbit. Some gluing is required for assembly, even though the model has been optimized for 3d printing. In particular, no backing is required.
Back.Stl: the back (with the ears) - to be printed flat.
Front.stl: the front (with the pasta) - to be printed flat.
Blade.stl: the blade for cutting the scotch, which is to be inserted between the doughs.
Head-trunnion.stl: the trunnion to be glued to the head, to be printed vertically. The flattest part is to be glued into the hole at the head.
Clip x2.stl: clips to be glued into the front inserts (front) - to be printed in duplicate, and to be placed on the edge.
Axis.stl: the axis of the tape roll - to be printed vertically.
T - joint x2.stl: the T-shaped inserts that hold the axle and connect the front and rear pariet. To be printed on the edge (to keep a good elasticity).
The two parts clip together after positioning the tape.
The blade has a small rocker to unstick the end of the tape and allow you to catch it (see the small gif).
This model gave me a lot of trouble to get a tight enough clip between the two parts, so that it would be a real desk accessory in the end. If you have any suggestions for improvement, I'm always interested. Enjoy!
Printing in 0.2mm, without any support.
Printing made in PLA geetech silk blue and silk grey.
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