Weird and Useful Things to 3D Print for Your Desk

Weird and Useful Things to 3D Print for Your Desk

While 3D printing technology has come a long way in the past decade, it’s only recently that you could go to your local Staples and purchase a 3D printer without being laughed out of the store. The personal fabrication revolution has come and gone, but the next step – custom fabrication – is just around the corner. What does this mean?

Ergonomic mouse pad

An ergonomic mouse pad is a great option if you’re looking for a way to maintain good posture while sitting at your desk. Other benefits include helping distribute pressure on the arm, wrist, and hand by placing it in a neutral position. This type of mouse pad also provides extra wrist support which is essential for those who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome or RSI (repetitive strain injury). Lastly, the process of using one takes out the discomfort from using an uneven surface like a wooden desk or uneven ground.

Pens stand

I always have a pen on my desk, and I’m tired of it rolling off every time I leave the room. With a little time and materials, I can make something that holds all of my pens neatly in one place. Plus, it makes for an interesting design project to build your own instead of buying something premade!

The stand takes about three hours from start to finish and uses a wooden base with hooks screwed into the top of the crossbar.

Hand sanitizer dispenser

Mount is one of the essential Linux commands, although it can be used in different ways depending on how you use it and the device that you’re attempting to mount. This guide covers everything you need to know about the mount command and how to use it correctly. Before reading this article, if you’re new to using Linux and command line tools, we recommend going through our tutorial on getting started with Linux. You’ll need some prior knowledge of using basic Linux commands, including the ls command and sudo command in order to get the most out of this article.

Sneaker organizer

So, you want to be a codebreaker. It won’t be easy—the work is tedious and frustrating. You will struggle for recognition and competence. You’ll break into bureaus and you’ll figure out how to jam every kind of transmission from wire to wireless, beam to wave-length in order to get the information you need. And then it becomes hard to know when it all goes right and when it all goes wrong.




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