Third / Helping Hand Station / Base - Expandable
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This is a base for DIY third/helping hands, I was unable to find one with 6 x hand slots with screw fittings. The screw fittings are for 1/2inch (~13mm) fittings.
I've included 6 x magnet mounting points for 10x2mm neodymium magnets if desired, there is also 4 x magnet mounting points inside the triangle designs in the center. This may be useful to store screws or similar which should attract to the magnet while working.
Base is ~100mm from edge to edge.
NOTE - REFER TO ADD ON SECTION BELOW FOR LIST OF CURRENT EXPANSION THINGS - For anyone interested, i am planning to create some "expansion" models which will attach via the 6 x magnet points. Probably for things like solder spool holder, tip cleaning pot, fume extractor, etc. This would allow the whole thing to be broken down easily for storage purposes.
Wanhao Duplicator i3 Plus
Add On / Expansion 'things'
List of add ons currently developed:
Solder spool holder:
Spare parts tray (with magnets):
If you require a specific part, please leave a comment or send me a message and I will do my best.
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