Designed this for a friend for his BMW GS800. He wanted to mount the Scott Oiler on the underside of the frame and didnt want to pay the high price BMW wanted for the part, so I made him this. It mopunts to the frame with 2 cable ties passed through 2 of the inner channels and around the frame. THen just repeat this with 2 more cable ties in the other 2 channels to the oiler itself.
Prints well with PET-G, ABS and PLA. Although I would suggest the PET-G for strength and if not ABS.
ALso when completes we used silicone sticky dots to add a little vibration absorbtion and shock resistance. 4 x 3mm dots, 2 at each end on each side of the support areas. This also stops water getting trapped between the frame and the holder.
Layer height: 100 microns
Print speed: 30mm
outer shells: 3
Infill: 20% using brick or hex for strength worked best
amount of material: approx 60grams
Time: 6.5 hours.
Yould easily reduce the resolution and increase the print speed but i wanted a really solid finish and this got it spot on. (can easily stand on it with my full weight whe i use the PET-G.
I can adjust it to fit any frame or increase/decrease the offsett between the component and the frame (within certain limits. Also can make it to fit the diameter of any frame for a totally snug fit...just ask :)
Hope it helps and saves you some pennies :)