3D printed lightsabers are fun to build! Thanks to popular lightsaber designers like Brad Harris, one can find themselves quickly overwhelmed by the number of them they've printed, and the usual idea of displaying them by propping them up horizontally just takes too much surface space. So I made this simple upright stand to display the 13 lightsabers I have printed so far in a reasonably smaller area.
It's a very basic design. No emblems or decorations so it doesn't clash with certain hilts, and fast to print. Fits typical hilt sizes. Has holes in the bottom to stabilize pommels that are rounded or pointed.
For Yoda's, scale down to 75%.
All 3 parts printed for me in about 1 hr at .35mm. You will just need a tiny support for the pin on the brace, unless you trim the brace down in your slicer.
Added an attachment for Count Dooku's curved hilt (Brad Harris' version), just add support when printing.