Clamp: Reverse Engineered to Fit
Headphone Stand: Empty
Headphone Stand: In Use
Pegboard: Tape Measure Pocket
Pegboard: In Use
Pegboard: Air Tool Holder
Pegboard: Paper Towel Dispenser
Phone Holder: Empty
Phone Holder: In Use
Now that the 3D printing hype has died down the technology is often relegated to the realm of a cool toy, used to print figurines, tchotchke’s, and other items of questionable use.
However, there are many day to day uses for 3D printing that someone with a basic skillset can utilize. From reverse engineering plastic components to designing solutions for little annoyances around the home, 3D printing is a great tool. Typically, in less than the time it takes to go to the store, a part can be drawn and loaded to the printer. Then, a few minutes or hours later a custom part can be installed. All for less than a couple dollars of plastic.
This post is an ongoing reel of useful parts I have designed and printed.