Holiday Light clip for a porch railing

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Holiday Light clip for a porch railing by gordym Nov 13, 2012
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This clip holds holiday lights on my porch railing. I have a rounded porch railing cap and got tired of unwinding the lights from the rail in the cold. I designed a clip that fits over the rail so I can just unclip to remove the lights.


Print the number of clips you need.
Clip on your rail.
Install lights.
Plug in the lights and enjoy.

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The clips fit my rails perfectly as you can see in the picture. I printed some for a friend and his rail was slightly larger. My rail is 65.5mm. his rail was about 75mm so I simply scaled the print in my slicer program to match his rails.