AA Battery holder and dispenser
A compact and reliable battery holder, can hold up to 14 batteriesFor your home
Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial No Derivatives
Commercial use is not allowed nor can you remix or change this work & you have to attribute the creator.
A place to easily and conveniently store your excess batteries so you don't keep losing them. Physical model is available at;
10% of all profits go to Cancer research UK.
Materials and methods
Very simple model to print, I would recommend support at the entrance but it is not strictly necessary as I have found out when I accidentally forgot to use support. This depends on your printer and filament, printed in PLA and Polysmooth.
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Yes the STL is the only file available as this design is not meant to be modified. You are free to download and print the model for personal use. I have a AAA version I will be uploading shortly
"broken designs" is the collection, where I gather designs that contain only STL mesh exports that can not be edited in a sensible way because all original parameters (dimensions, texts+fonts, constraints,...) are lost in the export.
Could you please inform me as to why you think this is a 'broken design'? I have printed this off numerous times on multiple different printers with different sized nozzles so I can't imagine why you think it's broken.
you forgot to post the original CAD file.
There is only the STL polygon-mesh export.
I would like to change the parameters to print an AAA version (with "AAA" label of cause).