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racemaniac
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Re: 3D printing: Scope probe organizer

Post by racemaniac » Thu Nov 07, 2019 12:57 pm

Little 3d printing project i recently made: something to better organize my scope probes :).
OpenSCAD design:
Scope probe holder.png
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Result:
Probe holder picture 1.jpg
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Probe holder picture 2.jpg
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Now i've used it, i think it would be a better idea to put the probe holders in between the spools, now i have to remove all probes from their holder to unwind the cable of one (or i would have to pull it through the loops made by the others every revolution >_<). But it's an improvement, finally those things have a place where they're not continuously in the way XD.

And the mounting system was a bit to weak, so you may see in the picture that i printed a small rectangle that goes around the back sinde, and now it's rock solid around the pillar :) (had to pull the rectangle onto it with a glue clamp, very tight fit XD).

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Re: 3D printing

Post by racemaniac » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:50 pm

Dang, this is also a kickass thing to print for us electronics fanatics:

.rpv
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Re: 3D printing

Post by .rpv » Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:21 am

racemaniac wrote:
Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:50 pm
Dang, this is also a kickass thing to print for us electronics fanatics:
for ESD sensible stuff seems like an amazing storage method, for non-ESD sensible stuff I like use the lab micro tubes:
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madias
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Re: 3D printing

Post by madias » Thu Nov 21, 2019 10:00 pm

Since yesterday I'm printing all the time the cartridges... I would have needed her a few weeks ago.. equipping 10 PCB's....

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