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This neat holster will save your macBook chargers life span. Works with all mac chargers.For your home
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I was tired of seeing my expensive macBook charger on the floor. So I invented this neat holster that mounts to any surface and it is so handy!
Prints in plastic with your 3d printer in 1-2 hours. Very sturdy and smart design is designed to be 3d printed with no support or overhangs.
- Compatible with all laptop chargers.
- Works in any direction so cord passes through and everything still works.
- Route the cord through a groove on the back for anti theft.
- 3 built-in recessed mounting holes for standard self tapping screws
Download and start using it today. You will want one at the office and home and workshop. I can add custom logo and design for you.
Note: The units are inches, so you may need to scale the part to 25.4 for metric.
Materials and methods
- ABS or PLA material
- Use 10-20% infill and brim
- No need for supports or rafts
- Cura UM2 fast quick print will cost you 3 hours using 3mm filament @ 4.56 meters/30 grams of material.
- Cura UM2 normal quick print would cost you 7 hours using 3mm filament @ 4.75 meters/32 grams of material.
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Wow, I'd appreciate that! I actually just last night made a simple version
of this, and printed it this morning (
http://i.imgur.com/6kV7k1L.jpg). But your's is much more elegant.
The bolt pattern is two 6mm holes at 43 mm spacing. :)
@jjmardlin I could remove the holes so you can drill your own. What is the hole pattern and maybe I can change it?
I love this, and I plan to print a few for my desk, but it has pre-drilled holes in it which I'd like to fit them to. Would it be possible to get the design files in order to change the hole pattern?
Thanks, Michael. I look forward to printing it this week!
The file is in inches and need to be scaled up to 25.4.
What size should this file be scaled to?
I am a complete novice to 3D Printingso apologies if I have missed something here!
This is exactly what I have been looking for as I too hate to see the charger on the floor and constantly have to chase it when needing to take it somewhere!
When I downloaded the file it was absolutely tiny!! the printer software said the finished print was only 3.5mm wide!
Is this me or the file??