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Glueable Belt clip

by thecrazy, published

Glueable Belt clip by thecrazy Nov 27, 2012
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I designed this and shared it on thinkercad several months ago but never took the time to upload it here. Now thats fixed.

The holes on the back are designed to add more grip for the glue.

If you use hot glue it doesnt matter but with other glue, fill the holes and the surface with your glue and then apply to your item.

You can edit it on thickercad
https://tinkercad.com/things/7TqTJ3cdbPE-glue-on-belt-clip-small-30x30mm

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If you have problems with the part getting kicked off the bed, use a brim.

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I wonder if this is the first time a derivative was posted before the original item?  

Also thanks for explaining what the holes in the back were for I couldn't figure that out and ended up removing them from my derivative.  

You might also want to put the tinkercad link to your thing on here too.

Haha it would be nice to know if its a first :)

I added the link to thinkercard but I dont like refering people there anymore, it used to be free but they charge now and it aint cheap.

I signed up with Tinkercad literally 5 days before they went to a pay site.  So I've got a "legacy" account which is supposed to be free forever hopefully.

 Yep, same here. I would pay for the software but not a montly fee, thats just crazy and they would have to fix a sh!t load of bugs before I shed a penny on it.

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