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Wall mounted screwdriver holder
Holder for 24 screwdriversFor your home
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This is a design for a screwdriver holder, that holds a total of 24 different screwdrivers of different sizes.
I wanted a holder that provides direct access to each tool, and a possibility to see the end of the handle, since that is where the type ans size identification is on my screwdrivers. The layered design also allows clear visibility to the sides of the handles, where the size and type is also often printed.
The holes goes all the way trough the bottom, so that longer drivers will simply stick out a bit, and the handle will sit nice and tight at the same level.
The holder has a large volume, but you don't need to use a lot of infill... I used only 10% and thet seems to work well.
There are two cutouts on the back for mounting it on a wall with two screws, so that it does not rotate when a tool is taken out or put back.
Materials and methods
You just need plastic for your printer and two screws for mounting it on the wall. Depending on your wall type, you might also need some plugs.
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There are some exports, but I think they are only surface descriptions like STL, or 2D file exports, not any of the one you mention. Working of of the STL is probably the best, if not using OpenSCAD, though definitely not ideal. Alternatively, it shouldn't take too long to redo the design.
I don't do OpenSCAD, so I won't.
Does it have exports into STEP, IGES, ProE or other established CAD formats?
I have thought about it, and would love to see someone add that.
e.g. Phillips, Pozidriv, flat, ...
Let's incorporate symbols for the different size and system of screw drivers to label them.
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