Stickvise Cupholder Jaws
Aug-11 2017

I spilled coffee on myself two days ago, so I decided to design some cupholder jaws for Stickvise to help me avoid this situation in the future.  Now you too can make your Stickvise into a neat cupholder with this new set of jaws.

https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/3287140631008/Stickvise_CupHolder_Jaw.stl


New Canadian Distributor! Buyapi.ca
Mar-14 2017

Stickvise has a new distributor in Canada - Buyapi.ca. They are the largest distributor of Raspberry Pi merchandise in Canada and now they stock Stickvise!

This should be a more cost effective option than ordering from a US distributor for all interested Candians!

https://www.buyapi.ca/product/stickvise-the-low-profile-pcb-vise/


Time-lapse video milling PTFE jaws on the Shapeoko
Mar-05 2017

I am using a very inexpensive Shapeoko 3 to produce precision milled PTFE jaws for Stickvise from my basement!

Why don't I have the part molded or machined somewhere else? I project sales of about 200 pairs per year. Molding PTFE is a specialized process because of the very high temperatures, so it would only be warranted at higher volumes or if I could justify a much higher price point. Machining is more typical in this volume range, but outsourcing machining was still too expensive.

To hit the price point I wanted and not commit to large manufacturing runs, I chose to get a machine to make the parts myself. This also meant I could justify having my own CNC at home, which I had wanted for a while.

I'm happy to say the machine is working well and has already paid for itself. Most importantly, I have a new toy that I never would have bought otherwise.

COMMENTS:

    Adam Vadala-Roth

    let me know if you need beta testers for the jaws, my stickvises are all melted lol 


    Raspberry Pi Zero Jaws by bfesser
    Dec-22 2016

    Check these out!

    This is exactly the kind of thing I had in mind for Stickvise - mod and hack to make custom fixtures for holding PCBs. These are a cool set of jaws by @bfesser that not only hold two RasPi zeros, but you can flip them around and hold any size PCB. There is actually a dual and a single jaw set available. Enjoy pics below, if interested in 3d printing these, head over to thingiverse to download.

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1985615

    COMMENTS:

      bfesser

      Wow, Alex!  Thank you very much for the mention. :)

      I couldn't find anything on your pages regarding licensing for your STLs and OpenSCAD code, so for my designs I've chosen a Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication from the options available on Thingiverse.  I hope this matches your original intent, please let me know if you prefer another.

      Hack the Planet!

        Alex Rich

        No problem, thanks for sharing your design.  I don't have any legalese for my OpenSCAD code, your license sounds fine.  Cheers!


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