This battery dispenser is designed to hold ten AA, ten AAA and four D batteries. It is top loadable for a FIFO (first in, first out) rotation making it well suitable for rechargeable cells so you can always have the freshest calls on hand. This is meant to be wall-mountable with keyholes on the back.
As you may or may not be able to see, this particular print failed due to a nozzle clog. I had to cancel the print. Deciding not waste that amount of filament again, I simply measured the printed portion and sliced the model so that only the unfinished portion was printed. I glued those together with Weld-On SCIGRIP 16 acrylic cement. This stuff bonds PLA together just like the old model cement used to, before Big Brother decided with was too dangerous and demanded a reformulation. But I digress...Since there is a considerable amount of weight on this joint from the batteries, I decided to add re-reinforcements on either side in the form of thin panels cemented to the sides. Although this is specific to my particular application, I think that they add a nice look to the dispenser, so I am including them here for you to use as well if you choose in the *repair.stl* file. The top edges are beveled, so be sure that you adhere them correct side out.