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Modular wireless phone charger

Do you have a habit of placing your phone on front of your keyboard while you work? Are you annoyed that the facial recognition doesn’t recognise you due to the too shallow angle? Well, this is the version 2 fix for it! This design was originally made by me over a year ago, but now…

Triple Bunk Bed – Design

I’m planning to make a triple bunk bed for my two kids. The lowest bed is a queen size and will be used as a chill area/sofa, and possibly me and my wife will sleep there if we need more than two bedrooms for guests. I’m not going to do any fancy joinery or similar,…

Miniature monument for my old workplace

I decided to change my workplace and I thought that it would be fitting to create a miniature monument for people to remember me by. It is a combination of a miniature of the office building I’ve worked for the last decade, my work initials, and of course the years I worked there.

Magnetic notebook pencil holder

I was thinking that maybe I should try my luck on the Printables contest for bookmarks. I haven’t joined any of their contests before, so this was an easy one to begin with. This was my second submission to the contest. You can find the files for this model here: https://www.printables.com/model/347051-the-book-magnetic-pencil-holder-bookmark

Combined bookmark and page holder

I was thinking that maybe I should try my luck on the Printables contest for bookmarks. I haven’t joined any of their contests before, so this was an easy one to begin with. I sat down, got an idea, and couple of hours later this was born. Somehow I just feel so happy how it…

Customizable Mood-O-Meter for the office

It was again time for the yearly Christmas presents for my colleagues. Everyone will have custom “moods”, with the exception of “No Issues” which is not selectable. Selecting “No Issues” will always flip it to another mood as not having any issues is impossible!

Metalworker’s Pacifier

I was too cheap to buy a new chip collector, and I didn’t like the fact that I would need to use two hands to release the chips. As I had some leftover neodymium magnets from an old project, I decided that I’ll spend my Saturday night to design one that would fit my needs….

Camera for Hama Bead “pictures”

My kid started making Hama bead “pictures”, so I made him a camera! Design time was around 3 hours, and so was print @0.15mm. A very simple print but also very liked. What can I say? I love to make useless stuff, hahah. You can fin the files for this model here: https://www.printables.com/model/315888-perler-hama-bead-camera

Magnetic blowtorch holder

I’m continuing my mission of making my little workspace as user friendly as possible. The goal is to have all the most used tools easily accessible from my usual working position. This time I re-used my WD-40 holder design and made a blowtorch holder. 3d printed and with three magnets to keep the can in…

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