Air Cordless Flashlight Mount

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Air Cordless Flashlight Mount by Hoover Dec 22, 2014


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The Hoover Air Cordless (http://aircordless.hoover.com) is a full-sized upright cordless vacuum that allows for above floor cleaning. This flashlight mount snaps to the extension wand to let you shine a light into the darkest nooks and crannys.

Attach nearly any flashlight to the mount by looping rubber bands through the hooks on the sides.

Print will require supports. It's also compatible with the Hoover Air Ultra Lite (UH72430) and Hoover Air Pro (UH72450).

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What is the diameter of the tube that the flashlight mount is used on?

Umm, just curious Hoover, why wouldn't you let people with a 3D printer, print this for people without a 3D printer? What's up with the "no commercial" setting???

Thanks for your comment, Flamesoft. Being new to the 3D printing community, we took great care in deciding which license to use for our first prints. We chose non-commercial with the understanding that it simply prohibits anyone from downloading these designs for a use "primarily intended for commercial advantage or monetary compensation."

So printing this, for free, for a friend or family member without a printer likely does not fall under that definition. That said, we do welcome suggestions from the community. We understand there is plenty to learn here and appreciate any feedback you might have as we look towards releasing more printable tools this spring.