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One Hand Book Holder cnc/laser

by ZenziWerken Feb 12, 2017
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Put my thumb all the way in while joking with a friend, had to separate the part into clumps of layers and cut each clump separately with a scissor to get it off my thumb, it also began swelling a bit(the thumb, not the part).
I am serious.
It was hilarious.
10/10, I am printing one again.
Printed in petg, layer height 0.2, wall thickness 0.8(thank god).

Boy I am glad it came off (the part, not the thumb) and I totally agree: it's definitely not a one-size-fits-all! But you could sale it up a little.

3D printed using 1.75mm PLA and works like a charm

https://www.thingiverse.com/make:585570

One Hand Book Holder cnc/laser

I recently learned to use our laser cutter and appreciated the simplicity of this project to practice. I modified it slightly to make use of the hole, & add personalization — all good skills to for a beginner. Thanks for the great idea!

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loved it
very useful

Our library users love this one hand book holder! Thanks for sharing!!

You are welcome!

Incredibly simple but so much useful...

It's cool but it doesn't work with my Kindle.

Ba dum tssss

I'm flagging this... as hilarious

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Little more pressure and it'll work *#'gnnn ;)

We made 3 of these last night using hard wood. ( 1/4 inch Hard Maple, Purple Heart and a Walnut)
We used the 45 Watt epilog laser cutter ( Settings 50/100/500)
I am very happy the design was easy and did three passes to get all the way though. I cleaned off the soot with a rag and water. Will oil them today. Thinking of making one for each of my family.

I'm fairly new to 3D printing ... is hard wood a material you can print with?

Hi Mike, there are wood-like filaments, but I used a cnc-router to cut the holder.

Great to hear you like the design. Don't hesitate to show the makes. So far only printed versions came to life.