Atomic flash drive holder
by AntsinAfrica, published
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This is a fun and easy to print memory stick holder I made a while back to keep all my memory sticks & stuff in one place.
It is one of my first 3d printing projects and it worked out well, so rather than keep it to myself, I thought I would share it with all you beautifull makers out there...
I designed it with all the support you need and it clips together with minimal effort (if all goes well with the print.) I added a size cube so you can get the scale accurate.
I used Ultimakers blue fillament and printed in .1mm layer height @ 60mms.
I hope you enjoy!
N.B. Mankind meddling with something deadly that takes thousands of years to decay is a BAD idea! I only made this to remind myself of that...and for fun.
This model is modeled with all the supports it needs and clips together with pins.
For best results, use a brim rather than a raft if it is even necessary.
I printed it with Ultimakers blue PLA filament, which is like sticky butter and prints really well.
Remove the brim & supports and puzzle the pieces together... :-)
The pins should fit tightly in order for it to stay together. You can also glue it if you choose.
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