Wrist Changer - You thought your wrists were safe! They still are!by
This absolute, must have, totally useful, definitely not a waste of your time allows your wrist to function like a machine. A worthless machine which has stuff attached to it as if you don't have a table right there.
This novelty/gimmick/waste of hours of my life device offers you the convenience of have an assortment of tools and cosmetics right there, on your wrist!
Choose from an amazingly useless set of devices ranging from the only useful thing in the set, a dual size customizable magnetic screwdriver bit holder all the way to a spoon... which you shouldn't really eat off of more than once, and only for the novelty... because its 3d printed....
The Wrist Changer wrist mount itself
A 7 screwdriver bit holder with magnetic retention
A Wrist Changer branded container incase you need to store those parts on the fly
A flashlight mount for a very specific small usb flashlight you almost certain dont have but is pretty decent just because its usb
The aforementioned spoon you probably shouldn't actually eat with (maybe use for some non eating powder of some sort)
A bat... because Halloween.... Yes I drew that manually in Fusion 360. You might be thinking... but hey guy, fusion doesn't have drawing tools, so it must have been an extremely painful experience to-.....
Ok, so print instructions
There's an image of the orientation everything is supposed to be in. No supports needed anywhere. No special materials needed. You can mix and match what you want to print so it can take anywhere from 1 hour 35 to get something done, to multiple hours.
I used a 0.6mm nozzle at 1000mm/s/s with 80mm/s top speed to print these quick.
If you want only useful parts, there's an stl with just that. They took about 3 hours for me to print (Printing everything is just about 4-5 hours with the settings above)
If you want only the stupid parts, there's an stl for that too.
If you only want to print something fast and with at least some utility, just print the screwdriver bit holder parts, they took me about 2 hours to print, but let's be real, this is a stupid idea that sunk cost fallacy got a hold of.
I've also included step files for anything the 0 people who make this project want to attach to the wrist changer.
Ok, so I guess **parts **is probably what you want to read about
Well here you go:
Magnets were just these 6x3mm magnets which can be had cheap on your slave wage depot of choice.
The flashlight is this Astrolux K2 SST20 which similarly to the thing before, you can find in many places with various brand names and revisions.
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