A collection of the models I've designed to print on my 3D printer. All models are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0).
Tablet Keyboard Stand
This is a tablet stand that is designed to clip onto an inexpensive, easy-to-find Bluetooth keyboard. You can find information on the keyboard and learn about the design process on my website.
FiiO E07K Andes USB DAC Mount
This is my desk mount for my FiiO E07K Andes USB DAC. It has a dependency on the "rounded box" function from the MCAD library.
Speaker and AC Adapter Bracket
This is a pair of brackets to attach my Altec Lansing VS2421 speakers and my QNIX QX2710 AC Adapters directly to my articulating monitor arms. They're simple S-shaped brackets that are held in place by gravity. Each pair of brackets requires a single M3 screw to attach to the speaker's keyhole slot.
These brackets are pretty specific to my hardware, but the OpenSCAD source should be easy enough to modify for other purposes.
Keychain Connector for USB Flash Drives
This is an adapter for attaching any standard USB flash drive to a KeySmart keychain, but it should work just fine with any old keychain, too.
My friend Brian is using this to attach his USB 3 flash drive to his KeySmart, and it is working great. The connector prints slightly loose for his flash drive, but is too tight for most of the USB cables I have here. You may need to scale it down a bit before printing.
- Upgrading my Keychain at Brian's Blog
- 3D Printed Keychain Connector for USB Flash Drives at patshead.com
- Keychain Connector for USB Flash Drives at Thingiverse
Monitor Bracket for Debezeled QNIX QX2710 Monitors
My pair of monitors are mounted on an articulated stand. I use these brackets to help keep them at a precise angle, and to keep them from warbling around.
- 3D Printed Monitor Bracket at patshead.com
- Monitor Bracket for Debezeled QNIX QX2710 Monitors at thingiverse.com
Cable Cover for Mount-It Monitor Stand
This is a cover to hide the cables flowing out of the back of my "Mount-It!" brand dual monitor stand.