You can group things into two categories. The first is things I've drawn up as a simple educational exercise, to show how to do things. The others are more practical or useful designs.
These are links to Fusion 360 designs in the cloud. You can access them in a browser, but you can also download them in a bunch of formats.
- Snap-fit box. This is a basic rectangular box with a lid and a hole in it to remove the lid. In addition to having a snap-fit lid, it also has a small shadow line to help improve the way it looks.
A few things I've put up:
- A caddy for watchmaker's loupes. This holds 4 different ones that often come together in 5, 10, 15, and 20X magnifications.
- Alphabetic dividers for vinyl collections. These are designed to fit onto the ubiquitous IKEA KALLAX shelving that vinyl people like me love.
- Shelf mount for an Edsyn Soldapullt. This allows you to mount a solder extractor to a shelf at easy reach.
- Label catcher for a Brother PT-750W. Catch all the labels before they get away. I've used this, in combination with the "mail merge" functionality in Brother's software to print hundreds of labels at a time.
- Interior shelf for a fridge. This is designed to store solder paste and flux and hold it in place.
- Holder for Wera hex drivers. Because of how my lab is oriented in the attic, I don't have a huge amount of vertical space, but I do have a 55° ceiling. So, I took that and mounted the screwdrivers to it.
- Small feet for the Lenovo Thinkstation P320 Ultra. This might fit other similar things, but the P320 is what I made these for. I suspect it'd fit any of the small/tiny form factors.
- VESA mount with cable strap for Rigol DHO800/900 oscilloscopes. The new Rigol scopes have a great feature: they can be mounted on a VESA arm. One problem is that this now puts all the cables up in a place where they can be under strain. I designed a simply mount that adds strain relief and protection for the ground connection.
Comments or Questions?
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