Parametric Scoop

This parametric model creates scoops. Support material is optional. An infill of 20% is recommended. This object was designed using openSCAD. Printable Files    Parametric Scoop model    15mm x

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Bambu Lab Top LED Strip

This is an object that holds LED strips to be installed on the top glass of a Bambu Lab printer. Even if the light goes through the top glass, it

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5 mm D Shaft Flag

This is a rotation indicator for a 5 mm D Shaft as found on Nema 17 motor for example. It is used as a diagnostic tool. Support material is not

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Bambu Lab AMS Riser Feet

This is an object that rises the Bambu Lab AMS by 14 mm. It was design to insert some led strip between the top printer glass and the AMS unit.

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XY-SK80H Buck Boost Converter Case

This is a case for a XY-SK80H Buck Boost Converter. It fits many different models having this form factor (39mm x 71.3 mm). You’ll need the following to assemble it:

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Ikea Vattenkar Cable Holder

This is a cable holder for the Ikea Vattenkar organizer. A M3 x 6 mm nut and bolt or equivalent are required for assembly. Support material is not required. An

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Parametric Bottle Stabilizer

This is a bottle stabilizer parametric model. For now, it contains the configuration for Robert Oster and Noodle’s ink bottles. Support material is not required. An infill of 20% is

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Desiccant Spool Tumbler Add-ons

These are two add-ons for the Desiccant Spool Tumbler designed by chuyskywalker (https://www.printables.com/model/436044-desiccant-spool-tumbler). I like the design. I’m constantly using them. A funnel is provided to fill them out with

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Parametric Funnel

This is a parametric funnel with optional hanging loop and angled stem. Support material is usually not required. An infill of 100% is recommended if used with liquids. This object

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Bambu Lab AMS Cardholder

This is a device that holds cards that identify the filament loaded in the Bambu Lab AMS unit. The size of the cards are 42.3 mm x 76 mm which

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DIN Rail Arduino Uno and Mega Mounts

These are din rail mounts for an Arduino Uno and Mega 2560 or any board that has these form factors. The din rail clip can be attached temporarily to the

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Din Rail Breadboard Mounts

These are din rail breadboard mounts for 400 and 830 points breadboards. The din rail clips can be attached temporarily to the breadboard base using a piece of 1.75 mm

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Chromatography Container

This is a small chromatography container. It can hold paper up to 5 cm in width, from 50 mm to 120 mm in length. The length given in the filename

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Bambu Lab Magnetic Poop Container

This is another Bambu Lab Magnetic Poop Container. It fits the P1P, P1S and the X1 series. Magnet up to 12 mm in diameter can be used. Their thickness can

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Parametric Foot

This openSCAD script create feet for projects. It was designed for aluminum extrusion, but can be used for other purposes. The thickness of the sides will have an impact on

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Arbitrarily Compartmented Box With Overlapped Lid

This is a parametric compartmented box with overlapped lib. The example is a box that contains electronic boards in small bags. Support material is not required. An infill of 20%

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Spools compatible with the Bambu Lab AMS

This post lists the spools compatible with the Bambu Lab AMS. I’ve used them. Compatibles¬†: Not compatibles¬†:

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Parametric Device Holder

This is a parametric device holder for square devices. Options are provided for screw mounting holes. By adjusting the parameters will make it fit any square devices. Three practical examples

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Bambu Lab P1P/P1S Screen Removal Tool

This is a simple tool that helps to remove the screen of a Bambu Lab P1P or P1S. Removing the screen after it was installed is a bit difficult. This

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Mount a BitLocker partition on a Linux system

This post explains how to mount a BitLocker partition on a Linux system. You’ll need the BitLocker recovery key to do so, along with the device file (/dev/sd?) of the

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