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Stand for Mini LED Flashlight

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Stand for Mini LED Flashlight by Smidge204 Nov 2, 2012
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Just about everyone has one of those mini LED flashlights kicking around somewhere... this is a simple stand to hold it for you.

Inspired by my recent dealings with the power outages in the wake of Sandy, and/or the lack of extra appendages to hold flashlight(s) while working.

Instructions

Print three parts, clean and assemble.

I make it a point to try and design things that don't need glue or fasteners. This stand has a base, gimbal and clip that simply snap together with just enough friction to stay where you put it.

The gimbal is supposed to have a tight fit onto the base, so some sanding/filing of the hole might be in order.

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Just printed it and it was perfect. Many thanks!

That Holder Clip.SLDPRT when clicked makes me download something called "Holder".  No clip and no filetype but the file is fine if you rename and add the filetype extension as I just loaded it up.

Thanks for the heads-up. I've replaced the file with a version with an underscore instead of a space so nobody else will have that issue... blame Thingiverse's filename handling :D

 :)  Yeah, I notice that when I save my STLs it adds the underscore in one of my programs so I do it now as a force of habit.

Just thought I would let you know as a heads up.

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