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Disney Mickey Mouse foaming hand soap dispenser | Bath and Body Works

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**if you don't have a printer and would like your own check out this Etsy shop

https://www.etsy.com/listing/812897854/disney-soap-pump-3d-printed-disney-japan **

This is a derivative of the soap dispenser that is sold in Disney japan and Imalittlesomthing's (instagram handle, check them out) 3D model it attaches to any of the new Bath and Body Works foaming hand pumps it will attach to the older pumps but is a looser fit.

This print consists of 2 files to print one is the body of the pump the other is the topper that you can use to customize your print. I recommend printing the the body in PETG as you can be a bit more rough with it as it is more flexible

The topper can be whatever thermoplastic you want just secure it with some superglue. If you print the body on a smooth bed you may need to sand and clean the area before applying the topper. I have included a .3mf file that has the support enforcers pre-applied if you use Prusa Slicer.

Please post some of your prints if you could! :)

3D printing settings

I used .15 layers and 100% infill so that the smaller pieces were sturdy .2 layers seem to work fine

  • 3D file format: 3MF and STL

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Whenever I use it it makes the Mickey head but it also starts coming out the back. Any ideas to fix?

I use needle nose plyers and a small screw driver is what I use

I printed it with the supports with Prusa, how do you get them out?

to show the supports you have to turn on the "only support enforcers" option on prusa slicer

The .3M file shows how I have the supports layed out and I use a tool like some needle nose plyers to pull out my support.

Maybe you can post a file that has the supports for slicing in cura?

Tried to print the model with the supports already on the print, but they don’t come off. It’s like they are added to be part of the print and not supports. Any thoughts?

Is there anyway I can the file for prusa but without the Disney “D” logo on it. Please.

Thank you for your help! I was able to print this. I have yet to test it since I don’t have any bath and body soap around. If you make a Method soap file or modification I’d gladly buy it right away.

If you're using prusa slicer all you have to do if select the support enforcers on the drop down and slice and the enforcers I added will be in the print

Hello! So I downloaded the file and can not locate the 3m file to show how to make the supports. How can I add the supports in pursa slicer. Thanks

So through out my testing the foaming action always seemed to foam better if there's more volume for the foam to expand but I can add a bit more on the inside and post it

I was wondering if there is a way to fill it inside to get a way to get the foam directly to the mickey shape as you have to pump up to 2-3 times and when the soap is not foamy it leaves a lot of soap leaking from the top.

I'm glad I have not tried it without the supports in the interior I will try to do that myself soon. Sadly I do not have any plans to release the model files. What modifications would you suggest? The size is as snug as the bottles will allow as the end that goes into the bottle can snap off if it's forced on with too much pressure.

It worked without the internal supports, I was worried about the top coming down without any support but it printed out pretty well. My only concern now is that the inside is huge and I have some leak between the nozzle and the adapter. Wondering if you have the 3D file to help you make some enhancements. The print looks great and my daughters love it!

Thanks!

Yes the internal supports need removed I did mine with some needle nose pliers you could potentially just use a small screwdriver mine came out fairly easy

hi Benxfactor!

so i finished my print, besides the curvy thingy on the sides that needs to be removed. does the internal supports needs to be removed also?

Hey so the nozzle only need supports under the nozzle I would put support blockers inside the nozzle itself. The 3mf file I have supplied will show you where I put supports to print my version of the file. If you download prusa slicer this is the easiest way to the the support enforcers. Let me know if you have any more questions 😊

I have downloaded and Printed this model and everything looks good until I attach the soap dispenser, for some reason the hole that connects to the soap dispenser is completely closed, do you know what setup do I need to do to allow the soap to go through it? it took me to print this 4 hours with a Chiron by Anycubic @ .25mm. Please let me know if I'm missing any step or change in the settings. Thank you! Great job!


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