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Soldering Tin Station

by Tomalinski, published

Soldering Tin Station by Tomalinski Feb 24, 2015

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Station for solder and soldering tips.
I think it's useful, hope you like it.

Printed with an Up! mini at 0.2mm in PLA without support in about 80 minutes.

BTW: If you like my contributions and designs, feel free to send me a TIP ... ;o)

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I have not printed this but I will be printing this and I will post a make picture of my print I like the design so huge props thought I should leave a comment

Does not work with spools that have a 20mm opening ( I have 4 like this so much be a common size) or Hakko FX-888D tips (holes too deep). Probably use ABS filament as PLA+ will snap off.

Hey very cool.
could you do one extendable? That kind, that you can clip together some stations or connect them with a screw. That would be awesome.

Hi there ... the fast solutions would be that you print another one but mirrored, so you can glue them together, everything else needs time ;o)


Servus, gespiegelt ausdrucken und dann zusammenkleben wäre die schnelle Lösung, alles andere benötigt Zeit. Wenn du Lust und Laune hast da selbst was zu machen, kann ich dir gerne die Original-Datei geben. Diese kommt aus Rhinoceros3D, aber ich könnte sie auch in ein anderes CAD-Format exportieren.

kannst mir einfach mal schicken. das wär fein. ich schau dann mal.

... ist unterwegs.

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