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Rotary tool stationery holder

by ironchariot, published

Rotary tool stationery holder by ironchariot May 17, 2012

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Designed to hold a Black & Decker RTX 3 rotary tool for stationary grinding,cutting, etc...

Instructions

Print the parts and use C-clamps to secure both pieces to the edge of a surface.
Stick a piece of heavy-duty Velcro on the rear holder piece and also on the rotary tool making sure they align. This will keep the rotary tool in place during operation.

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I just printed this. It was exactly what I needed. Thanks!

That grey piece at the end screws off, and the thread under it can be used to attach to a flex shaft or similar accessory. This would be better if it made use of that thread to fix the front portion. You wouldn't even have to print matching threads, just put a thin ring of plastic there and screw the grey piece back over it.

I haven't had this tool for very long so I wasn't aware of that. Good idea though, that would eliminate the need for Velcro.

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