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LTT screwdriver case w bit storage Remix for standrad size bits

Nord1ing

I remixed a variant of case for myself to store screwdriver with standard bits.

Fits 200x200x building plate

https://www.printables.com/model/616634-ltt-screwdriver-case-w-bit-storage-remix-for-stand

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lovely design, i'd personally leave out the magnets on the hinge side, and maybe put in more hinges or even just an entire line of hinge points across the back with a single rod going trough the whole bunch because relying on so little surface area to hold things is just asking for a weak spot in layer adhesion to crack.

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20 hours ago, manikyath said:

lovely design, i'd personally leave out the magnets on the hinge side, and maybe put in more hinges or even just an entire line of hinge points across the back with a single rod going trough the whole bunch because relying on so little surface area to hold things is just asking for a weak spot in layer adhesion to crack.

This might be a good idea for heavy use, the source file is also available, feel free to remix 👍

Personally, I prefer to just cut this area differently (thicker wall, more fill). But even cutting evenly should not be a problem, since no force is applied to the hinges.

Magnets on both sides prevent any stress on the hinges when the case is closed. With the help of 6 neodymium magnets with a diameter of 1 cm, you can safely lift the loaded case by grasping only the top part.

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19 hours ago, djksm said:

what printer do you use?

Voxelab aries

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On 12/5/2023 at 10:25 PM, djksm said:

did you consider an anycubic printer?

im not someone from anycubic, just got an anycubic printer and wanted to see who else has the printer as i do, anycubic kobra 2

what speed did you print at and how long did it take?

For the top piece - 12h

for the bottom - 14h

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and shell:

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My main criteria for printer was:

- Inexpensive

- Good reviews

- Pre-assembled

PC Specs - AMD Ryzen 7 3700X - Asrock AB350 ITX - 64GB DDR4-3600MHz - Geforce GTX 1080 - Samsung 960Pro - Monsterlabo's "The First" - Corsair SF450

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I would place the magnets within the print (pause at layer, insert magnets, small hole to fill up the cavity to stop rattle).

A common failure point with magnets is the glue. 

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7 hours ago, FlyingPotato_is_taken said:

I would place the magnets within the print (pause at layer, insert magnets, small hole to fill up the cavity to stop rattle).

A common failure point with magnets is the glue. 

I tried these magnets with a thick (~0.5mm) paper, and i can feel lesser magnet power between them.

Maybe this solution will work fine with higher quality magnets? 🤔

 

Btw, this is glue I use (ofc, sandpaper one of magnets faces before applying):

 

 

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1 hour ago, Nord1ing said:

I tried these magnets with a thick (~0.5mm) paper, and i can feel lesser magnet power between them.

Maybe this solution will work fine with higher quality magnets? 🤔

 

Btw, this is glue I use (ofc, sandpaper one of magnets faces before applying):

 

 

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Yeah, better quality magnets would definitely help (neodymium are the strongest from the permanent ones), after all all leather iPad cases, MagSafe accessories etc. have more than 0.5mm of paper between the magnets and work pretty well, definitely good enough to keep the plastic box closed

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Now you will need to add the extension

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

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18 hours ago, FFLORO said:

Yeah, better quality magnets would definitely help (neodymium are the strongest from the permanent ones), after all all leather iPad cases, MagSafe accessories etc. have more than 0.5mm of paper between the magnets and work pretty well, definitely good enough to keep the plastic box closed

The idea what the magnets can hold fully charged case:

 

 

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On 12/16/2023 at 11:21 AM, BarbarYan said:

Which software are u used to draw this?

Rhinoceros 3D + Grasshopper

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