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Hardhat Flashlight Clip

by ApacheXMD Aug 14, 2013
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Local W246 Woodworker here. Love this clip and so do the guys at work thanks!

Hello can anybody sells these to me and ship them to mexico? I will need about 10-15 pieces thanks.

The preferred way would be to find someone near you with a 3D printer and have them print for free for you. Is there a local hackerspace in your area that might be able to help you out?

I fixed it.

in your main body the following change needs to be made:

linear_extrude(clip_width);

becomes

linear_extrude(height = clip_width)

Thanks!! It worked fine on my version of openscad, but customizer was giving me trouble. I was banging my head trying to fix the issue, and even thingiverse support couldn't pin down the issue. Thanks again!

I can't get this to work either in customizer or openscad.

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thanks for the idea! I will be making some for me and the other guys at work. picking up threads on a LOC650 while holding a flashlight and the MPG is tricky.

I'll be honest, I had to google loc650 and mpg. :) I've always wanted a CNC machine. I do have a manual lathe that I haven't yet learned to use very well..
But I hope you find the clip useful!

didn't realize I forgot to explain myself there. sorry. anyway if you want some tips on the lathe let me know.

This is great, but if you need both light and hearing protection, you'd be out of luck.

Yeah, the snap in ear muffs will prevent you from using this clip, and vice versa. I use the disposable foam earplugs though.
I just uploaded a clamp on flashlight clip that may work in conjunction with the snap-in earmuffs though. Check it out: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:135771http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

Clamp-on Hardhat Flashlight Clip