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Harry Potter Wand Stand

Open Book Harry Potter Wand Stand

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3D Model of wand stand ready for Simple 3D printing – FDM ,SLS and SLA printer

Downloadable ZIP contains: 

  • whole wand (.OBJ, .STL)
  • wand cut into smaller pieces for easy printing (.STL)


Digital 3D Printable Model


This is a wand stand to display as many wands as you like. The design is inspired by the Wizarding World logo. When it is filled with wands it resembles an open book. It is purposefully minimalistic so the beauty of the wands can be the main star of the show.

You can stack them together as you like. The stand pieces come in variations to hold 1-9 wands. To display more wands just glue more of the stands together. Each version of the stand is also available with optional wall mounting holes so you can put it on a shelf or directly screw it to the wall.

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This model was created by Filip from our 3Demon team.

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The models don’t need any printing supports and the stand can even be printed easily without infill. The open book binding-shaped front piece prints separately. You can make it any color you like. I used Fillamentum PLA Crystal Clear and Chocolate Brown.

At 100% scale the dimensions are:
Width approx. 18 mm
Length approx. 245 mm
Height approx. 123 mm

We recommend a layer height of 0.2 to 0.3 mm on FDM printers. All parts are aligned to the printing platform for easy manipulation. No supports are needed. Printing settings will vary greatly depending on your specific printer.

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