Linksys MX5500 units provide no way of wall mounting them. This 3D printed shelf allows for a simple way of wall mounting these units, while maintaining the overall style and providing for easy cabling.
Bobcat Miner 300 hotspot comes with a fairly good stock antenna. Unfortunately, the antenna has a flat base that is meant for placing the antenna on a horizontal surface, such as a window sill. I wanted a more permanent way of mounting the stock antenna, so I designed this mount. With it, the stock antenna can be mounted on any round or square pole, mast, or rod..
I have been using the Articulating Pi Cam mount with my Prusa MK3S. The joints between the links were coming lose all the time, and the 3D-printed screws were breaking when I was trying to tighten them. I designed my own arm for the mount, which:
- Uses metal M3 fasteners, which can be tightened properly so that they would not come lose,
- Is more than twice lighter than the articulating arm,
- Has a slightly bigger ball for the ball joint, to make that joint a little bit tighter,
- Is compatible with the camera head from the articulating arm, so if you are already using the articulating arm, you can reuse the camera case from it.
I designed a simple 3D-printed mount that allows me to store my wood lathe chucks on the wall or any other vertical surface. I mounted mine on the wall of my wooden lathe stand. The mount is designed for 1″ 8TPI thread, but if you like the idea, it should be very easy to design the same mount for other spindle sizes.