All Clickit Fidgets are printed in place with no supports. There are multiple different variations and sizes. EACH model comes with 3 clearance options; Tight Snap, Easy Snap, and Easiest Snap. I provided these so no matter what is going on with your clearances you should be able to print your fidget with your desired level of resistance in the snap. If you want to print the MegaClicker or other large fidgets, I recommend printing the corresponding Keychain version (Small or Large button) to figure out which clearance level works best with your printer. All easy snap clearance models have the same level of clearance, same with Tight Snap.
FDM or Resin: FDM Scaling: Scaling up or down may cause some issues, but I'm sure scaling up would be safe in most cases. Supports: No supports needed Nozzle Size I Used: 0.4 Infill/Perimeters: I used 15% infil and they work great. Layer Height: I used 0.20
Printing, Assembly & Post Processing
- No supports, print in place. -Each fidget has 3 versions with different levels of clearance so you can achieve the perfect snap.
- I would suggest starting with the Easy Snap version of whichever model you want to print. If it is too loose, go for Tight Snap. If it is too tight, go for Easiest Snap!
- Your goal should be for it to be nice and tight when it comes off the printer, but still snappable. This will ensure it can still snap when it has worn a little.
- If you want to print MegaClicker9000 or others, I HIGHLY suggest printing the corresponding keychain version first to make sure your buttons will work the way you want them to.
**This design is uploaded with a non-commercial license. Purchasing this file does not grant you the rights to sell commercially.
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