Recently, I was thinking about combining two inexpensive soldering irons to make a set of desoldering tweezers (handy for removing SMD parts with two leads like resistors, capacitors, LEDs, etc.). Then I came across this article on Hackaday: http://hackaday.com/2016/12/07/turn-cheap-usb-soldering-irons-in-to-tweezers/
How cool - I didn't even know there was such a thing as USB soldering irons! At $9 apiece from Amazon, plus another $11 for a dual-outlet USB charger, this is a steal (considering how pricey "real" desoldering tweezers are). (Product links below.)
In that project, they mention wanting a part that is printable on FFF machines without support. So I designed one. Doesn't require modifying the irons in any way, and as a bonus, serves as a stand (since the tips won't touch the table).
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