Super easy to install in the standard holes of every industrial rack. Designed for one spatula, two super needed Allen key for BCN3D SIGMA, one pliers, and a pen.
As a BCN3D worker in the marketing area, I am always interested in take care of the aesthetics in our things as well as in the story that they tell.
This is a great example of our constant interest.
Marketing area is composed mostly for creative people that of course know how to sculpt in 3D and print. There we have some BCN3D Sigma working the 365 days of the year. so I modeled a cool-looking tool pot to store the tools that we use every day with our Sigma.
The whole design have been inspired by the primitive shapes of Sigma’s frame. But as we said, in the marketing area, we are fully interested in the well-working of the things. For this reason, I’ve used a fast installation clip for the standard holes of the industrial racks where our Sigma are.
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