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Small clips as seen at the Sydney Mini

Discussion in 'Corrugated Plastic (Coro) & 3D Printing' started by lithgowlights, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. lithgowlights

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    There were some small plastic clips floating around at the Sydney mini that were ideal for holding wire etc in place. I quickly knocked up a copy of them and printed a couple as a test, with 2 sizes available - one for LED Strip, and the other smaller one for wire management.

    They can be held in place with double sided tape or a countersunk screw, and have a slot for a cable tie to hold the wires/strip in place

    You can find them over at Thingiverse

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1610310
     
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    Very cool i am finding more and more things to justify buying a 3D printer every day at the moment
     
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    I tried printing a few at the Mini, but the water leaking through the roof caused issues with the filament I had, and actually when I got home the PSU in the printer died with a big bang. Thank goodness it is a 300W 24V PSU, something I have a few spare of lol

    I'm printing 40 of them now and will take a few pics before sending them off to someone :)
     

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