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LEGO Minifigure Wall Mount / Shelf #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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daktylus shared this project on Thingiverse!

A slim wall mount for a LEGO minifigure. It can be fixed to the wall using a small nail or a small Tesa Powerstrip (should also work with Tesa Posterstrips). There are two styles available: Base with round corners or with chamfer. (Let’s see which gets more popular.)

Note: LEGO has tight tolerances. If you place the figure directly on the two knobs, it might fell off. I use the LEGO base of the minifgure.

Happy Printing!

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