Guitar Pick Holder

by SometimesCake, published

Guitar Pick Holder by SometimesCake Jan 31, 2013
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Guitar Pick Holder by SometimesCake is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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I was not satisfied with the pick holders available on Thingiverse so I tried my hand at one. I'm pretty happy with it. About 20 of my .6mm picks fit in the case.


To assemble I used two of my daughter's hair rubber bands, but I assume any small rubber bands will work. I used support to print the main box.

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Do I need a spring?

I think this could use a spring, but I designed it to use small hair rubber bands.

Did you just use a rubber band to keep the picks in?

Aug 18, 2016 - Modified Aug 18, 2016

Yes, the little rubber bands we used on our daughters hair when they were two. I imagine any very small band would work. With PLA I bet this could be redesigned to print a plastic spring. I printed this in ABS and I could never get the layer adhesion I get with PLA these days.

I just printed this, and my Makergear M2 just printed the 2.5 cm unsupported gap on the main box with no support. Wow. Bridging is awesome.

Wow I would not have thought it possible with the curve in the box. Glad it worked out.

I'll post a pic tonite