While doing my wednesdays' trashspotting I found a suitcase, mint condition, but with a broken handle. Of course I brought it home, because of my Dyogenes syndrome.
That happened in 2002.
Now, in 2017, I found the suitcase and finally decided to fix it using the 3D printer I built using scrap parts from elsewhere.
Here is, for you complete enjoyment, the result of several days of hard work, prototypes, and tests.
You will need the spring from the old handle and the two screws that hold the handle to the suitcase bars in order for this part to work.
Insert two M4 nuts in the upper part and assembly everything using 2 x 30mm Allen bolts and you are good to go!
Designed in [Sketchup make](https://www.sketchup.com/es/download) with the help of the Round Corners plugin from Fredo6, CLeanUp and Solid Inspector 2. Sliced with Slic3r.