In order to fix small pieces for laser engraving (and cutting after some tests) and, in case of a repetitive job, I needed a aligning and fixing jig.
All the available designs helped me partially, so I decided to "merge" them and bring forward the main advantage of each one.
Later I'll work in a next version where we can attach real microrax rails, in order to last longer.
Microrax (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1130) and
MGX (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2452870) for sharing your designs with us!
The pictures are from v.1 (longer corner, shorter rails and bigger clamps), but the files are from v.2 (smaller corner, longer rails and smaller clamps).
Hope you appreciate it!
All the best!
UPDATE - 2018-09-26
Thanks to Kogomonier's (https://www.thingiverse.com/kogomonier/about) feedback, I've just updated the little joint piece, so now the rails can be properly fixed to the bed.
Sorry for any inconvenience...
UPDATE - 2018-12-15
Answering to MrFen's (https://www.thingiverse.com/MrFen/about) question, I've posted the files for each piece separated, so everyone can tinker each one of them as needed.
Must print using finer quality due to rails orientation.
Must use adhesion due to the rails' height.
Clamps have a tight fit, so the fist pass will have a little resistance.
Since the "microrax" v-slot rails are printed vertically, a little filing is recommended. Although I made it with the quick release clamps (inserted them and forced back and forth a few times).
Or not, so it can provide a better grip.
Designed in Tinkercad and sliced in Cura 3.4.1