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Printer as Backpack

by mechadense, published

Printer as Backpack by mechadense Mar 2, 2013

Description

A Printer Shoulder Strap Carrying Aid

Tired of carrying your printer with one hand? Convert your lasercutted wood printer in a backpack. Screw two of these onto the upper front frame of your printer and add two shoulder straps.

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Instructions

1) Measure your printers upper frontframe dimensions. 2) Print two or four pieces with high infill. 3) screw-mount two of them onto your printers upper front frame and optionally two on your printers lower front frame. edit: the torsional stiffness of the printers front worries me. It's probably better to mount them on the closed back. 4) Attatch shoulder straps. 5) Take your printer on a stroll.

Note: 1) The standard parameters are for an Ultimaker (top & bottom) and a belt of 24mm width. 2) Some back cushioning might be needed.

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