2015-11-12 (Th) Lock Pick Holders

Changes were made to the model to correct for the size and shape of the pick. Additionally the pick guard was changed to feature my symbol which has been seen on a few projects in the past. The tray was lengthened and widened to account for the swervy handle design. Space was added in the neck to allow the pick to lay against the magnet more easily.

Updated model

These changes reflect one of the advantages of rapid prototyping. A concept was printed without all the details solidified and measurements and ideas were spawned by comparing the device in the real world.

Downloadable Files:
To do:
  • Revise holder according to measurements
  • Print and build revised model. Revise again if necessary
  • Assemble full set with elastic cord
  • Write instructions

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