Book Holder, one hand

by IonEwe, published

Book Holder, one hand by IonEwe Dec 15, 2013


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use this to keep your book open with one hand

R2 has a .12" hole for a book mark / keychain
Also the thumbhole is reshaped a bit for a tight fit (on me)

similar to


R1 sized for my thumb. 0.9" x 0.8"
R2 with 0.9" x 0.95" and 2 degree draft.

should be rescale to your thumb.

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This is neat and my friend wants one, however, for future reference, most 3d printers translate world units to mm, so this loads into Cura as <1mm tall so I had to scale it by 2.5 for her finger to fit.

all of my recent designs are metric.

Everyone has to scale this design... because of the software you use, you needed to do more math.

ok, well, just a note about the scale in the description would be nice. For the most part, 3d printed objects are all use millimeter world units. I know a lot of artist coming in from non-cnc based industries (games, animation, etc) don't realize that at first. It's ok, just a note would be nice.

also, I posted this on imgur because it was related to a discussion the community was having. http://imgur.com/gallery/P3e4WEd

In woodfill, sanded down, this is a very beautiful peace and I'm going to make another one for my girlfriend. =D

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Minor improvements in R2 also added "fun" cubify invent design files.