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Mac Mini holder

A screen holder for a Mac Mini 2012


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During the french cup of robotic, I had to bring my Mac mini to program the robot and to print parts with Cura. I didn't want to just put my Mac on a table with all the drills and soldering iron around and not to mention the number of people who would turn around ...

So I created this Mac holder which can be attached to a screen with two screws. 

It works very well and I use it since 5 months without any problem. To turn on the Mac, there a place under the part where you can touch the on/off button.

You can print it very fast because it will not be see and with a density of 20% without any problem. The only inconvenient is that it still takes 6 hours to print at 50 mm/s ...

Materials and methods

- Ultimaker (or other 3D printer)
- Main settings in CURA 13.06.4 :
- Layer height : 0.2
- Fill Density : 20%
- Print Speed : 50 mm/s



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64e23433629ebd508059c6db025b73d4?default=blank&size=40JOSE WALTER added this to the 3D PRINT collection ago
8baa5a9c08ab76cf79d4f2338675c460?default=blank&size=40tmech added this to the Computing collection ago
Mini 6345Nadar published this design ago