Hey! This thing is still a Work in Progress. Files, instructions, and other stuff might change!

Caco's ultimate IKEA SKÅDIS (Skadis) Peg Board Collection

by Cacodaemon Jul 8, 2018
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This is GREAT Thank you!

Really cool collection. So far I have been able to easily print (with a brim) and simply put everything perfectly into the pegboard.
I do have 2 suggestions for this collection:

  1. Translate the title of each file to English. I spend a surprising amount of time trying to get the right file, and I to look multiple times at the thumbnails on this site to pick the right one. On one occasion I had to use Google Translate to find the German word for "needle nose pliers", and I still have not really found the right one. Could you let me know the name of the print, which has a triangle front for the light blue pliers/cable-cutters in the images?
  2. Multiple of the files are basically a small bucket with specific dimensions to hold a ruler, a multimeter, a level, or something else. While they work fine it would be amazing to have an Openscad file where we could input all three dimensions of the inner parts of the bucket, and get a custom file to hold something specific. I could potentially also do this manually in thinkerCAD but it would require much more work and would have to be redone for each model.

Once again thank you so much for these files!

A nice collection, but your Schiebelehren-Halter is a bit slim with its 2mm opening. Most digital calipers are thicker...

When you give me the diameter of your caliper i can create an additional one for modern black magic digital ones ;) .

The thickest part at the bottom of the shaft for my ones needs an opening of about 6mm.

(measuring a caliper with a caliper)

I have uploaded a new STL, I hpe this one fits with your caliper.

Btw. (measuring a caliper with a caliper) is like googling google on google, very dangerous :D


Actually I made my own crude design and jumped over all rounding off of edges, but I guess there are many people out there using digital calipers with the need for a place to put them...