C-Clamps are great for two things: 1) holding stuff together and 2) everything else. You can use them to support a slab of wood for a tabletop, fasten a tarp around… that thing that needs a tarp around it, grab your friend by the ear, make spaghetti.
As a matter of fact, outside of a spatula and a paint scraper, they’re one of the most useful tools around. So, what if you could print an UNLIMITED number of C-Clamps? What about quick grip trigger clamps? Yeah, you know what’s up.
Arron Mollet is 3D print king o’ the week for his phenomenal and so-classy-
The model was created in Fusion 360 and consist of seven pieces (with the grip part printed twice). He printed it using an Original Prusa i3 MK3 3D Printer using a mix of
We can’t wait to see that update, but in the meantime, this is a great little project with loads of uses. You can download the model from Thingiverse. (Bonus! Check out Aaron’s Quick Grab Phone Stand here!)
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