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July 14, 2016 AT 4:00 am

Yet Another 3D Printed PCB Vice #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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3Rotor shared this print on Thingiverse

An 4 part stand that only needs the addition of 2 M8 Bolts/nuts and a little spring with some washers, Provision is made for a locking screw( M6) if it’s needed.

This stand is to Hold a circuit board while components are being soldered in, facilitating easy rotation to get access to both sides of the board for soldering.

rubber feet can be attached to the bottom, to give is more sturdiness in its stand.(not required)

This device complies with Einstein’s general simplicity principles, in that it is as simple as it possibly can be, but no simpler… :~)

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