KBR1 holder + deskstorage

So I didn’t like the way I should hold my hand for the kbr1 so it will read the chip so I made a holder for it with some storage as well for on my desk

here are the inventor file and the stl file;

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Thanks @simon_beer, you’re now listed on the KBR1 product page!

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thats really cool :smiley:

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youawesome

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Nice work. Wish my printer printed that nicely.

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Well I for one am not impressed: I ran it off my HP LaserJet and the paper sheet is not even standing upright!

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I think you will need more than just one sheet of paper, at a guess maybe even a whole ream :newspaper_roll:

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Will be printing this tomorrow!!! TY for sharing! I was thinking of making something similar but couldn’t quite figure out what I wanted. This is AMAZING!

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If anyone would want it, but does not have the printer to do so I an willing to print and send it to you at what it costs me so just material an shipping just remember that printing takes about 13 hours in this quality

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What printer do you have, if I may ask?

I really have to get into 3D printing. I’ve been thinking that for years, and it looks like affordable machines can do a great job nowadays…

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I started out with a home build one, but now I have a prusa i3 mk3s with the mmu on it and its really amazing the prints 95% of the time come out just great I only had one time that it went wrong somewhere mid print and it was my own fault because I made it too thin of a wall

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Looks like one serious setup you got going there.

Time to do some googling about it :slight_smile:

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Clean setup! I do love lack stacks for printers :smiley:
I did a weird/custom one for my ender 3 a few months ago

Ohh man, the Prusa i3 with the mmu must be a dream to print on. No wonder the final product looks so nice. Sure wish I could justify the cost

it is a verry nice printer indeed no problems just print i use it allot currently also working on an housing for the xEM Access Controller v2