So I installed a Quick Change Tool Holder (AKA QCTH see more here: https://amzn.to/2Em0kVp ) on my Mini-Lathe (see more here: https://amzn.to/2Em0kVp ) to speed things up and it worked great however I now needed a handy place to store these quick change tool holders! Well the solution was Fusion 360 and a 3D printer! These as you can see in the picture clip to the back of the lathe and allow the holder to easy and smoothly slide on and off! I am super geeked at how handy this turned out and wanted to share them with you! Also if your lathe has a larger back or you want to clip this on to something else just take the STL into TinkerCad and difference a lager block out of it as I left some extra plastic in the body for this!
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