Mega Moto Clip
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3D model description
Yo, this is my 1st upload to Thingiverse (love this place!). We still use multitudes of Motorola walkie-talkies called TalkAbout's that use a unique belt clip that is hard to track down, priced far too high and unfortunately break way too easily. I sat down yesterday and designed my own clip using broken remains and my trusty cheap caliper. I was excited when after my 4th proto print I had a functioning 3 piece kit that seems to be working wonderfully! I wanted to try sharing it just incase someone else has an investment in these units and needs additional clips. This kit includes the belt loop clip, plastic spring and sliding jacket that all snap together after printing and will keep your walkie close for dispatching your ever-so important RF communications (or just make it look like you have "people").
This was printed from a TOM Mk6 plastruder running 1.75mm nuclear green filament equipped with an ABP
3D printing settings
You should be good to go, I have included the following files:
Sketchup file for single clip
STL file for single clip
Sketchup file for 3 clips positioned properly to print even on the automated build platform
STL file for 3 clips positioned properly to print even on the automated build platform
I had to print using "full support" since no matter how I positioned the pieces there are "free air" parts that needed support.
- 3D file format: STL
- Publication date: 2018/10/29 at 15:10
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