Tool holder (pegboard or wall mounted)
by FrankLumien, published
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Adapted for both metric (12mm) and imperial (1") center hole distance pegboards, can also be mounted directly on a wall.
I needed a good way to keep various pliers, pincers, cutters and other tools handy, so I made this.
Even though it may look a little... different, it is actually very well functioning. The tilt of the shaft keeps the tools from falling down. The tapered end makes it easier to quickly place and remove pliers with an outer spring (see photos). The shape keeps the tools from rotating too much, as well as making it ridiculously strong - the reinforced upper and lower ridges makes it damn near impossible to break by mistake. See photos where a 2.5 and 1.25 KG weight confortably hangs from the XL Happy/M Happy versions.
Smiles are contagious. The Happy versions will hopefully make you a tiny bit happier every time you remove or replace a tool from the hangers. If those are to unsubtle, use any of the other versions.
Spread the joy. :D
All photos show prints in 0.2 layer height printed at 150mm/s, no supports or rafts. No post-processing whatsoever.
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