Designs & Models
Last updated: 2020 October 29
- Nut & bolt pencil organizer
- Compact weekly pill box
- ErgoDox Infinity built-in wrist rest
- Robot attack safety sign
- 75% ortholinear keyboard
- Benchy wall mount
This is a subset of the things I’ve designed, in approximately reverse-chronological order.
It’s a pencil holder that’s also a functional M80 nut and bolt. There are others like this online, but they weren’t quite the right size, so I made my own.
I didn’t like any of the pill boxes you could buy, so I made my own. I wanted something that’s compact, reliable, and looks cool.
This modification to the Ergodox Infinity makes it cheap to build in a wrist rest/full hand extension for additional comfort. It’s non-destructive to the original case, so it’s easy to swap in and out.
Put safety first with this tag sign to remind you how long it has been since your research facility’s last robot uprising.
Are you envious of all those custom mechanical keyboards, but have way less money than time? Like me, you could sink your time into 3D printing a mechanical keyboard, from case to keycaps.
More info & models: Another page on this website
Every time we get a new filament in the lab, I print the small boat and use this to hang it on the wall. It’s one of the first things you see when you walk into the office. As it should be.