Added a vase mode model for the cylinder portion. This prints in about 25% of the time of the original model, if not less. You can NOT use the lids if you print the vase mode model, it'll just be the cylinder portion that holdes the switches. I'd suggest using this if you have LOTS of switched and a tub/drawer that you can put these upright in, so the switches still mesh like cogs.
Due to the nature of vase mode the switches are a looser fit until you put in more switches(wont fall out but will slide freely). Once you have more switches it'll stablize the switches and not allow the vase mode print to flex as much!
Since this version of the model does not have threads you can stretch/compress it to whatever size you'd like in your slicer. Eg you could make a 450mm version that'd fit 300ish switches!
The 140mm switch tube is designed to hold 100 mechanical keyboard switches, whereas the 155mm will hold 110 switches as well as whatever else you want to throw in the center of the tube. The 'cog' style lids are designed so that when screwed on they align with the switches and provide protection if the tube is rolled on its side(switches don't tough table/surface).
This print does require a decent tolerence on your printer since it's designed around precision manufactured switches. I'd suggest printing about 10mm of the center tube and seeing if a switch will fit into the slot correctly before printing the full tube.
The tube is 140mm tall and should fit 10 14mm wide switches, if your switches are wider the 140mm model will hold less per track. If you'd like a different height tube simple message me here and I'll happily post another model with your desired height. I dont' suggest stretching the Z axis as you'll stretch the threads and the lids wont fit.
Feel free to message with any questions!